Soul & Mystical
Have you ever burst into tears for no apparent reason? That is your soul calling out to you, saying hello.
Wait, does Judaism even believe in such things? I thought they were Far-Eastern ideas and New Age concepts. Isn’t the Torah about ritual and performance – do this, do not do that? The Hebrew school I went to never mentioned a soul, and it certainly wasn’t a mystical experience. What does my soul even look like? How do I know when I’ve seen it? How may I touch the mysteries of mysticism?
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The Power of a Single Spark
Theme: Smallness Is the Essence of Greatness
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The Kabbalah of Yom Kippur
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I Am to My Beloved and My Beloved Is to Me
G-d and daily life simply doesn’t get along. Is there a simpler way to define the grand Tzimtzum? Is there a more tangible expression of the Tzimtzum?Read More