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Wayward Woman - The Sotah in Parashat Nasso

Updated: May 31

The Sotah in Parashat Nasso is a wayward woman that is suspected of being of committing adultery, because she secluded herself with a forbidden man after being warned by her husband. We learn many laws of modesty and Yichud (laws of seclusion with a forbidden man or woman) from this portion of Parashat Nasso. Although some of the details of the mitzvah of the Sotah may seem puzzling to many these days, as we are frequently reminded by Rabbi Yaron Reuven, HaShem doesn't change and His Torah doesn't change, no matter what year it is. And nobody ever loses by following HaShem.

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