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In Parshat Shelach, the distinction in wording between “spies” and “scouts” makes all the difference in understanding the tragedy of the Twelve Spies.
One of the greatest tragedies of Jewish history was the debacle of “The Spies” in Parshat Shelach. The spies failed their mission: it all came down to sight
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Just as one can learn about G-d by studying Torah, one can also learn about G-d by observing the world He created.
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Upon hearing details of something, the mind pieces together a perception of the subject. Yet, upon seeing something, the mind takes in its totality.
Weekly Op-Ed •November 6th, 2014• 5 Comments
To see the Divine, you learn to savor every sight, every sound, every taste, every touch, every smell.
Weekly Op-Ed •February 13th, 2003• 0 Comments
A personal story about a blind woman who rediscovered her Judaism and the great miracle that occurred afterwards.