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A discussion about the cycle of forgiveness, the value of each human being, and the significance of his or her ability to forgive.
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The etrog represents the righteous who remain constant from year to year and are not effected by their surroundings.
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Purim is a day of joyous abandon that transcends conventional boundaries. It is a day when a window opens up that allows us deep inside of ourselves.
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Our sages describe the age of Moshiach as a reality which “the heart does not reveal to the mouth,” where we will inhabit the “subconscious” of G-d.
Time and space are closely related to each other; indeed, modern physics is wont to combine the two as “spacetime,” a four-dimensional grid against which all physical objects and events are measured.
Weekly Op-Ed •July 7th, 2005• 6 Comments
In Parshat Chukat Moses’ face turned pale: knowing what it means to be created in the “Divine Image” & learning the cycle of life & death through faces.
Weekly Op-Ed •June 23rd, 2005• 0 Comments
Each chapter in the book of Bamidbar (as captured in each chapter name) conveys a vital message to us, in accumulating order, how we must travel our journey
Weekly Op-Ed •July 22nd, 2004• 1 Comment
Life is a continuous cycle of troughs and crests, pain and joy, and in order to fully appreciate both, one must learn to ride the waves.