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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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Learn about the different levels of the world, allowing space for human existence in a world created and governed by an infinite G/d.
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Undoubtedly education of the young is the key to preserving spiritual identity. Today, nothing less than a revolution is necessary in our education systems.
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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.
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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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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.