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“I do not add ‘his soul is in Eden’ to my father’s name – I am not about to assign him an ‘address.’ As far as I am concerned, Father has not departed.”
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In Parshat Korach the difference between Moses & Korach is Moses desired to be a Kohen Gadol; Korach & his crew acted to appropriate the rank for themselves
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Rabbi Jacobson’s response to the topic of organ donation from a Torah perspective.
Is assisted suicide morally right? Simon Jacobson, author of the best-seller Toward a Meaningful Life, had an open discussion on the topic. Join the debate.
The law of the “Red Heifer,” the ultimate supra-rational divine decree read in Parshat Chukat, ritually purifies one after being in contact with the dead.
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The mitzvah of the red heifer is a ritual antidote to the spiritual impurity caused by contact with the dead; and a paradox & blueprint for all 613 mitzvot
Kabbalah discusses not financial disputes and livestock trades, but spiritual worlds, supernal attributes and forms of divine energies.
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What is the Torah’s position on the contentious issue of the death penalty?
The human kohen gadol is one who has been imparted a greater measure of holiness than his more mundane fellows. The kohen in G-d is G-d’s “holiness”.
Jewish reincarnation beliefs discussed live with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, author of the bestseller Toward a Meaningful Life. An explanation of Toras hagilgul, the Torah or the science, the study of reincarnation.