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The world is G-d speaking, but what is the soul? A short examination of the concept of speech, the soul of man, and the creation of the world.
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G-d created time, allowing us to look to the past, present, and future. Yet we must look to the era of Moshiach, where time takes on a new meaning.
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Drinking until one does not know the difference between Haman and Mordechai on Purim is explored in conjunction with the concept of the tzaddik versus the baal teshuvah.
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Just as one can learn about G-d by studying Torah, one can also learn about G-d by observing the world He created.
Physical & spiritual pleasures: In Parshat Balak the Jews faced the plague of Pe’or – they encountered the cosmic digestive system & the energy of waste.
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Understanding “twilight” as an intermediary and transition, as part of the cosmic order and and its link to Shabbat and the Ten Commandments.
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G-d said to Moses: No person can see me and live. Learn the interpretation of these words and discover the deepest mysteries of your own innermost psyche.
In Egypt, the slaves became the Jewish nation while baking bricks. These bricks show man’s power to build and be “partners in creation.”
When we speak, we emulate G-d’s speaking the world into being. We extend ourselves beyond our own existence in the minds, hearts and deeds of others.
The significance of the lunar and solar calendars is explained as related to Haman’s fateful choice of the month of Adar for the Jews’ destruction.