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The talking donkey in Parshat Balak reveals a phenomenon new to modern psychology— listening to our body’s voice, which carries messages, memories & power.
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“How can I distinguish something significant from nonsense in my dreams?”
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With their joy the Jews rejected their uniqueness as a nation under the special protection of G-d. To save the Jews Esther knew they had to reconnect to G-d
The ‘strait’ of mourning & repentance between the 17th of Tammuz & the 9th of Av is a mechanism for increased productivity that will yield the Messianic Age
The Messianic Redemption is described in Parshat Chukat, Mishneh Torah & the Torah where the divine plan for creation will be fully realized in our world.
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.
For the first 200 years of Jewish history, the credo of the shepherd held sway; then came the sovereignty of their very different brother, Joseph.
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It is significant that Abraham bound his son on the site of the future altar, destined to embody the human commitment in the relationship between man and G-d.
Weekly Op-Ed •July 14th, 2005• 19 Comments
In one verse in Parshat Balak “Who can count the dust of Jacob, and the number of the seed of Israel?” the prophet Balaam tells us the secret of immortality