Learning that leads to love is a pedagogy that utilizes educational experiences to cultivate love between students in a Jewish classroom. A teaching approach that is rooted in LeSHA is founded on the belief that loving relationships between learners is a primary vehicle for deepening the acquisition of Torah. Similarly, this teaching approach posits that the act of acquisition of Torah was designed primarily to cultivate loving relationships between all members of Am Yisrael regardless of their backgrounds, practices, or beliefs. The purpose of this pedagogy is to see the classroom and Torah learning as a laboratory for Ahavat Yisrael outside of the classroom. This pedagogy seeks to decrease strife, hatred, and apathy and to increase love, empathy, and knowledge of the other within Am Yisrael. This work is timely, as educators are seeking tools, language, and frameworks to cultivate deeper understandings between diverse groups of Jewish individuals. The Jewish educational world is filled with wonderful tools that have been adopted from the secular world of diversity, equity, and inclusion. However, there is an approach within the Jewish tradition that sees the fulfillment of the mitzvah of Ahavat Yisrael as specifically focused on cultivating love between radically different types of Jews through the study of Torah.