The Torah (/ˈtɔːrə/; Hebrew: תּוֹרָה, "Instruction", "Teaching") is the Jewish name for the first five books of the Jewish Bible. In Hebrew the five books are named by the first phrase in the text: Bereshit ("In [the] beginning", Genesis), Shemot ("Names", Exodus), Vayikra ("He called", Leviticus), Bamidbar ("In the desert", Numbers) and Devarim ("Words", Deuteronomy).
Women are regarded as being the spiritual care takers in the Jewish faith. This image shows a woman participating in her faith while interacting with different symbolic objects. These objects are giving sacred meaning through the woman's construction of value & meaning towards them.