Questions & Answers •Weekly Op-Ed • 6 Comments
A Q&A letter applying the story of Moses striking the rock instead of speaking to the rock in Parshat Chukat to explain how to get through to blocked people
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In Parshat Shmot, Pharaoh’s daughter names baby Moses, revealing his connection with the water, as his sister Miriam looks on.
Weekly Op-Ed •November 3rd, 2016• 9 Comments
In our lives we have both options: A deluge of waters that will overwhelm and destroy us; or a deluge of Divine knowledge that submerges us in its watery embrace.
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The spiritual meaning of a tsunami. Understand the spiritual contrast between land and sea. An educated look at natural disasters.
Weekly Op-Ed •October 15th, 2015• 0 Comments
G-d promised the human race that another flood would never come again. So we need not fear that the flood of violence and fear swamping our innocent brothers and sisters in Israel will turn into an apocalypse or Armageddon.
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Learn deep mystical lessons about the spiritual meaning of the Sukkot water pouring ceremony. Explore the significance of the Jewish festival of Sukkot.
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Perspective and insight by Rabbi Meir of Premishlan as to how G-d runs the world and our misguided perception as to how we think the world is run.
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Deeper significance of the laws of the sotah (“wayward wife”) in Parshat Naso. Life is a marriage of body & soul – female & male perspectives on reality.
In Parshat Chukat in the Book of Bamidbar we see that after Miriam’s death, the well of water was restored in the merit of Moshe, but what of the clouds?
The mitzvah of the red heifer is a ritual antidote to the spiritual impurity caused by contact with the dead; and a paradox & blueprint for all 613 mitzvot