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Unlike personal tragedy and loss, which affect the lives of individuals and those close to them, upheaval is large-scale disruption that imperils communities, destabilizes nations or even endangers the entire world.
Enjoy these Jewish mystical teachings on light, by Rabbi Simon Jacobson, best-selling author of “Toward a Meaningful Life”.
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The book of Deuteronomy opens with Moses’ final message to the people of Israel..
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Rabban Gamliel the son of Rabbi Judah HaNassi would say… Be careful of the government, for they befriend a person only for their own needs.
There exists three stages of creation corresponding to three stages of observing the Torah law: The present world, the Messianic world and the world to come
One of the great chassidic masters once said: A chassid should be capable of the following three feats…
The heel, that which is stepped on everyday. Said Rabbi Banaah at the tomb of Adam: “I looked at his two heels, and they shone like suns”..
When saying the amidah(“standing” prayer) the Talmud instructs us to beware of interruption..
The Rebbe once commented that in America we go on “vacation,” however in England and the Commonwealth it is called a “holiday”…
Av and Elul, the eleventh and twelfth months of the Jewish year, are end to end in the calendar but worlds apart in character and temperament.