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Through the Purim story, learn how free will can exist within a structured world.
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While many people focus on the debate between evolution and creation, they often overlook a more important question about responsibility to a Creator.
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Is dancing on Simchat Torah in oblivion of the world a form of escapism, or is it in fact a different means of experiencing reality?
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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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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.
This week’s Torah portion is about the first Jewish mother, Sarah: The embodiment of an Aishet Chayil.
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A candid discussion about anti semitic hate crimes in light of freedom of expression and separation of church and state.
Essays •July 27th, 2015• 2 Comments
Throughout the Chumash, G-d instructs Moses to count the Jewish people on 4 separate occasions so much so that the fourth book is called “Book of Countings”
Commemorating 9/11 elucidates the significance in the numbers themselves: “Ten sefirot of nothingness, ten and not nine, ten and not eleven.”
True love means being vulnerable. Our relationship with G-d is one of vulnerability and equal dependence on each other.