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In Parshat Bamidbar what power did Sinai have that united the people when they “camped opposite the mountain”? Total fusion of matter & spirit; body & soul.
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True love means being vulnerable. Our relationship with G-d is one of vulnerability and equal dependence on each other.
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We are all one: Together we comprise a single organism whose various cells, limbs, and organs complement and complete one another.
Is dancing on Simchat Torah in oblivion of the world a form of escapism, or is it in fact a different means of experiencing reality?
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Learn how to access this connection even when we wander away from our core and feel disconnected from life.
The Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism), and specifically the branch known as Chassidus, addresses the “cosmic order,” which unites spirit and matter. This is an excerpt from “Toward a Meaningful Life”.
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Once a year on Yom Kippur, the high priest entered the Holy of Holies. In the same vein, each person should enter his own holy of holies.
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The first ten days of the Jewish calendar are known as “the ten days of teshuvah.” These are days for soul-searching, repentance and return (teshuvah) to G-d.
Spiritual meaning of fasting: Yom Kippur is a taste of this future world of reverse biology. We will be sustained by hunger, and will experience other unnatural phenomena.
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The four species of Sukkot represent each type of Jew unified as one, and implies a greater harmony among all Jewish people.