The natural world reflects a Divine reality. From weather events to breathtaking sunsets, there is much more to nature than meets the eye.Explore
Nature is the perennial inspiration for artists and intellectuals. Is it because of the sheer beauty of the mountains? Is nature so compelling because of the soothing sound of the sea? Is nature the muse for so many because of the smell of pine trees after a summer rain? Or is there something deeper that makes nature such a joy to humanity? Nature is a manifestation of Divine energy and Divine purpose. Explore the deep, mystical aspects of nature to appreciate it in a new way.
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.
The baal teshuvah, who frees the sparks of divinity imprisoned in the realm of the forbidden, is examined in contrast with the tzaddik, who has more limited powers.
The spiritual meaning of a tsunami. Understand the spiritual contrast between land and sea. An educated look at natural disasters.
Just as the moon is reborn right after its disappears, so too will the Jewish people experience a renaissance following their darkest moments.
Discover the powerful mystique of the night moon and how it reveals the inner secrets of your soul and your potential.
Long before modern science, the Torah offers us an astonishing and sophisticated perspective on the eternal nature of life.
On Yom Kippur we fast and pray, on Purim we party. Yet the Zohar sees the two days as intrinsically similar.
The Talmud points to the relationship between the soul and the body as a model for the nature of G-d’s relationship with the world.
The dimensions of the rainy and sunny seasons of the Jewish calendar are explored in correlation to the birth of Chabad Chassidism, which is linked to Kislev, the third month of the “Season of Rains.”
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