Weekly Op-Ed • 4 Comments
Having a G-dly soul in a material world means constantly struggling to find the balance between transcendence and immersion.
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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.
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Learn more about the human soul through this loving, humorous look at how cows and humans are spiritually different.
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The spiritual dimensions of the ketoret, or the incense offering, are discussed in conjunction with the concept of teshuvah.
Using the metaphor of a railway journey, there are two possible routes the Redemption may come about – it may be hastened or come in its time.
The Alter Rebbe’s take on popular psychological opinion- tackling Freud and Darwin from a Torah perspective.
There are two approaches to develop a true feeling of humility toward someone whose character or behavior is obviously inferior to one’s own.
Weekly Op-Ed •January 14th, 2006• 2 Comments
Inspiration alone is not enough, but when it is combined with effort and exertion, one can burst through his constraints and the world will open up for him.