Weekly Op-Ed • 3 Comments
G-d and daily life simply doesn’t get along. Is there a simpler way to define the grand Tzimtzum? Is there a more tangible expression of the Tzimtzum?
Shorts • 1 Comment
When we are aware that there is something unfolding that we do not see, we start seeing concealed miracles emerge.
Enjoy these Jewish mystical teachings on light, by Rabbi Simon Jacobson, best-selling author of “Toward a Meaningful Life”.
Essays • 0 Comments
The menorah represents man’s potential to “kindle lamps”: to illuminate within his own self, in his fellow man & in the material resources at his disposal.
You were created to transform the material world into a home for G-d.
In the first few days of Sivan, the Children of Israel prepared to receive the Torah by making themselves into vessels.
Essays • 1 Comment
Idolatry is the deification of an object/force of the created reality: explaining the deeper significance of the idolatry of Baal Peor, and Pinchas’ success
Kabbalah discusses not financial disputes and livestock trades, but spiritual worlds, supernal attributes and forms of divine energies.
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This is a previously unpublished talk of the Rebbe’s that was recently discovered in the Rebbe’s library. The subject is women’s work — spiritual work.
Weekly Op-Ed •October 8th, 2009• 4 Comments
We dwell in Sukkot, made of vegetation of the world, we pray and commit to improve and refine the nations of the world, we dance and celebrate in public, we engage, connect and unite with others.