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In this powerful presentation — using Stevenson’s classic about Dr. Jekyll’s experiment to separate his kind and his ugly nature — discover the inner soul of good and bad, and its application to our lives today.
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You, as all people, have been blessed with free will. When you refrain from doing more harm to others, you actively negate the harm you’ve done before.
What is your attitude when you look at yourself and others? Do you look at the beauty, or at the problems?
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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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Spiritual auditing is part of preparing for Yom Kippur. Learn about taking an honest accounting of your deeds before Yom Kippur.
Discover angels’ relevance to our lives, how we can control our destinies by creating good and bad angels, and how they impact all our interactions.
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On Yom Kippur we fast and pray, on Purim we party. Yet the Zohar sees the two days as intrinsically similar.
Purim derives its name from the lots cast by Haman. It is not some incidental detail but the single event that most expresses what Purim represents.
Revisiting the 42-stationed journey in the desert from the Exodus of Egypt (that marked our birth as a nation) to our entry into the Land of Israel.
In the case of the Spies in Parshat Shelach G-d said, “I’m not telling you what to do—do as you see fit.” G-d was opening a new arena of human potential.