Science & Technology
Technology taps the Divine forces present in nature from the moment of creation.Explore
The computer age and the information revolution have given all of us enormous power and the ability to reach virtually anyone anywhere, at any time. Yes, technology allows us to live more comfortably and work more efficiently, but do we understand how it makes our lives more meaningful? Developments in science and technology teach us to be more sensitive to the intangible and the sublime: the forces behind computers are invisible, and yet we clearly recognize their awesome power and reach. Similarly, we must come to accept that the driving force behind the entire universe is intangible and sublime, and we must come to experience the transcendent in everything, beginning with ourselves.
In our lives we have both options: A deluge of waters that will overwhelm and destroy us; or a deluge of Divine knowledge that submerges us in its watery embrace.
Join this historic journey back to the virtual moment of the Big Bang. Discover the mind blowing fact: the Big Bang isn’t just a thing of the past; it will be renewed this coming Sunday night on the birthday of the first Big Bang, when all of existence reverts to its first moment.
Does the Big Bang Theory have its roots in religious and mystical teachings? Or, as some have argued, has it deemed the notion of a Creator superfluous?
The transitory Sukkah reminds us that we are just travelers in this impermanent material world; we are spiritual beings on a material journey, not material beings on a spiritual journey.
Learn how Frankl’s work differs and is superior to the Freudian and Adlerian psychology.
By understanding the potency of the annual “big bang” which takes place on Rosh Hashana — the collective birthday of the universe and the human race — learn how to tap into this “brain” power to shape and transform your coming year.
A look at logic and superalogic in our world and why we feel connected to each.
As we conclude the calendar year – my 50th on earth – it’s an appropriate time to examine the past year’s events, and attempt to place them in perspective.
This article is a discussion about the power of acting on our personal preferences. Our personal preferences have far-reaching effects which we do not see.
As we approach Rosh Hashana: Here is a good question to ask yourself:
If you were able to have a glimpse of G-d’s thoughts,how would they look?
In the last few centuries different approaches developed to find some way to relieve the tension between faith and modernity. This essay considers this ideaRead More