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Of the 54 parshiot of the Five Books of Moses, only one is named after a woman. It is called “The Life of Sarah.” It opens by informing us that Sarah has died. Yes, this is the life of Sarah. Her true life. Because only in her passing was Sarah’s life fulfilled. During her lifetime, she and her husband Abraham surveyed the land promised to their children. Only once Sarah died did Abraham make his first actual purchase, publicly and with full payment. Sarah’s burial plot and its accompanying field in Hebron mark the seminal point of the Land of Israel. During her lifetime, Sarah had only one child, who remained single. From where would come the “offspring more numerous than the stars” that G‑d had promised? With Sarah’s passing, the match between Isaac and Rebecca was made, a woman much like Sarah, through whom the Jewish people would become a...