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Man was empowered to live a G-dly life, to think G-dly thoughts, speak G-dly words and do G-dly deeds through the mitzvot of the Torah established by G-d.
On Simchat Torah we read Vezot Haberachah in conclusion of the annual Torah-reading cycle. It is the day of rejoicing the Torah, but not of receiving it.
The natural and spiritual dimensions of the numbers seven and eight are discussed from a Kabbalistic point of view.
October 4th, 2001• Comments Off on Sukkot: The Power of Joy Amidst Uncertainty
Sometimes joy seems impossible but true happiness is a commitment to good which can overpower the greatest darkness.