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Tag Archive 'Kabbalah'

The End of the Enlightenment

For Part 1, help read “The Rabbi and the Emperor” The French Revolution, discount and the Enlightenment that fed the entire development of the modern world, cialis is about to reach its end. Fleeing from the Serpent Rabbi Shneur Zalman’s decision to flee from Napoleon is reminiscent of Moses’ reaction to the serpent at the […]

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Careful! Up to Mischief

Which would you prefer, a “rebellious” child, or a “good” child? Most parents and educators would choose the good, well-behaved and polite child who does everything he is told and behaves as expected of him. Who needs the trials and tribulations of the rebellious child?! But, a seasoned educator may well prefer a rebellious child. […]

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The Jewish year begins ceremoniously with the shofar blast of Rosh Hashanah (New Year), healing and continues to reach new climaxes with Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), viagra Sukkot (Festival of Tabernacles) and Simchat Torah (Rejoicing of the Torah). Despite a certain drop in energy during the month of Cheshvan, when there are no […]

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Checkmate to the Kings of Edom

Since the time of the kings of Edom until today, help the World of Chaos is in a state of instability and prefers to wallow eternally in the swamp of bachelorhood… Kings without Queens In any good story about a king, one might suppose that there is also a queen. It just doesn’t seem fitting […]

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The following article was excerpted from the first joint-event between Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh and Reb Shlomo Carlebach on 14th Av 5745 (August 1, 1985) in Moshav Mevo Modiim. The Chassidic melody referenced in this edited excerpt from that class, can be listened to below. The first version was sung by Harav Ginsburgh at the event, […]

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The Wisdom of the South

The All-Encompassing South In some of our previous articles this year (5774), sildenafil we offered a few two-word phrases that carry the initials ?”? (that have a numerical value of 74). Another such phrase that is particularly appropriate to the Torah portion of Lech Lecha is “the depth of the south” (?????? ???????), remedy which […]

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There are two levels of “nothing,” absolute nothing and relative nothing, and two levels of “something,” intangible something and tangible something. Absolute nothing is the awareness that besides the absolute existence of God all is naught and that God’s absolute existence is absolutely incomprehensible;  relative nothing is the state of nothing that precedes creation ex-nihilo; intangible […]

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First put on your right shoe, then your left shoe, then bind your left shoe, and finally bind your right shoe. That’s the way Jews do it. The Torah was given to sanctify the mundane. Shoes allow us to walk the face of the earth, to contact physicality and move around as we wish freely. […]

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Kabbalah is the science of creation, the story behind the scenes, and the ‘portrait’ of the Creator at work in the act of creation. Chassidut, the new dimension of Kabbalah revealed by the Baal Shem Tov, brings the experience of the Creator Himself to our eyes and hearts.

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