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The talking donkey in Parshat Balak reveals a phenomenon new to modern psychology— listening to our body’s voice, which carries messages, memories & power.
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After the parting of the Red Sea, the Israelites sing together as recorded in Parshat Beshalach. It reveals the power of song as spiritual transportation.
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On Yom Kippur we fast and pray, on Purim we party. Yet the Zohar sees the two days as intrinsically similar.
Purim derives its name from the lots cast by Haman. It is not some incidental detail but the single event that most expresses what Purim represents.
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Discover angels’ relevance to our lives, how we can control our destinies by creating good and bad angels, and how they impact all our interactions.
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Though the angels tried to keep the Torah saying it was meant to be in the Heavens, great people reconcile this by bringing Heaven down to Earth.
An exploration of the laws pertaining to bar mitzra, the neighbor whose land borders your own, and the correlation to G-d’s giving of the Torah to man.
Two different interpretations on the two keruvim above the ark lead to lessons on G-d’s wisdom and love of His people.
G-d gave the Torah to man to build Him a home, but not before His neighbors, the angels, put up a legal fight.
In the Holy Tongue, a word precedes its subject, creates it, and constitutes its very being.