A fox walked along a river and saw fish swimming to and fro. The fox asked the fish what they were fleeing, and they replied they were fleeing the nets that seek to trap them. If so, the fox advised, come onto the dry land where there are no fishing nets to catch you. The fish told the fox to stop being silly, for fish don’t survive out of water.

Using this parable, Rabbi Akiva explained why Jews need to study Torah. Only where there is Torah study, will Jewish life grow. We seek to be a congregation where everyone is offered opportunities for Jewish growth.

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