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A Q&A letter applying the story of Moses striking the rock instead of speaking to the rock in Parshat Chukat to explain how to get through to blocked people
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Find out if you are limiting yourself intellectually and spiritually, and how you can harness the power of that which you do not know.
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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.
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The minister serves his king with his mind; the servant with his body. Our service of the Creator includes both elements – embodied in Torah study & mitzvot.
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The story of a mid-air walk performed by Rabbi Shabbtai HaKohen as an example of the power of intellect; the great union of mind and Torah principle.
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.
Upon hearing details of something, the mind pieces together a perception of the subject. Yet, upon seeing something, the mind takes in its totality.
Linking G-d’s bond with the Jews as a marriage with the ten haftarot called “the Three of Rebuke and the Seven of Consolation” in explaining the galut/exile.
The spiritual meaning of shoes: Chassidic teaching speaks of an equally critical need for spiritual shoes—for a shield between the person and the “earth.” Learn about the connection between shoes, going barefoot, and prohibited animals.
The Torah tells us which entities should be joined together and which should be held apart; it instructs us if, when, and how a given element or force in creation should be integrated into our lives.