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The reality that we live with seems harsh because the world was created dark, but everything in this world has a higher purpose that we can’t see.
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Many lessons can be gleaned from Parshat Behaalotcho, three of which I learned from my father: light, independence and perseverance.
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These three sleeping tips are based on the timeless wisdom of Kabbalah. They encompass the physical, spiritual, and emotional aspects of sleep.
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From Parshat Maasei & the period of the 3 Weeks we learn not to view difficulty as a wholly negative experience, but as the greatest facilitator of growth.
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Challenge yourself not to be deceived by darkness. Let us shine a light on the darkest place in our soul, in our lives and in the world.
Beginning with the second night of Passover, we count the days traversed from the Exodus, chronicling the milestones and stations of our journey of self-refinement.
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The cosmic wheel: When one is on the lowest point of the wheel whichever direction it turns you will ascend. Since we have hit rock bottom it is now time to go upwards.
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Who fully grasps a concept, one who immediately comprehends it, or one who must struggle to understand it? Part five of Samech Vov discusses this question, and examines the value of human exertion.
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Embracing the duality of life in both its light and dark dimensions may not lead to nirvana, but will allow one to peacefully navigate the dynamic waters.