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The third month of the Hebrew year, Kislev, has the potential to make us all beautiful.
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Purim is a day of joyous abandon that transcends conventional boundaries. It is a day when a window opens up that allows us deep inside of ourselves.
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Our sages describe the age of Moshiach as a reality which “the heart does not reveal to the mouth,” where we will inhabit the “subconscious” of G-d.
The Torah delegates various aspects of our relationship with G-d to “appointed times” but we should also endeavor to make “every day an appointed time”.
Unpacking the miracle of space in the Ark in the Holy Temple and the significance of time in the banquet that is our world.
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Small piece of insight by Rabbi Sholom DovBer of Lubavitch, the Rebbe Rashab, on the present, future and coming of Moshiach.
While many of the Torah’s laws are time- & place-specific, their significance is always eternal & universal, such as kindling the menorah in the Holy Temple
Using the metaphor of a railway journey, there are two possible routes the Redemption may come about – it may be hastened or come in its time.
G-d created time, allowing us to look to the past, present, and future. Yet we must look to the era of Moshiach, where time takes on a new meaning.
Moses went to the women and then the men to prepare the people for the giving of the Torah, showing a difference in their roles within its framework.