The truth is that anyone can learn Torah, no matter who they are, or where they’re from. Everyone has to start somewhere, and everyone has to take their own path. The most important thing is simply to start. Before very long, you’ll have a whole new world of wisdom at your fingertips

If you’re a beginner, it’s important to remember to start small and give yourself time to build up your study schedule. Studying Torah, however, isn’t something you do once or twice and then put aside for the rest of your life. It’s something you should be doing as often as you can, even if only in small amounts. 

Learn Torah, ask questions, and seek answers when necessary. If something doesn’t make sense, either because it contradicts something else you’ve learned or because the language is difficult, try not to ignore it and move on. Ask someone who knows more about the subject than you do to clarify things for you.

If you find that you need more help, you may want to consider signing up for a program like TorahMates to help you learn about Judaism

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