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A personal story about a blind woman who rediscovered her Judaism and the great miracle that occurred afterwards.
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To see the Divine, you learn to savor every sight, every sound, every taste, every touch, every smell.
Essays • 2 Comments
In Parshat Shelach, the distinction in wording between “spies” and “scouts” makes all the difference in understanding the tragedy of the Twelve Spies.
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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 •February 13th, 2003• 0 Comments