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The innate purity within children and their effortless connection to the Divine is examined, despite popular scientific theories and thought to the contrary.
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Perhaps our current economic meltdown is an unprecedented opportunity to give us all pause to think about the meaning of trust. And to learn the most vital lesson of all: The foundation of all trust is trust in G-d.
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From overhearing the conversation between G-d and Moses in Parshat Ki Tissa, we learn how to have a true intimate relationship with our Creator.
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Through the Purim story, learn how free will can exist within a structured world.
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The next time you feel all alone, remember two things: You are not alone; your loneliness is shared by every soul and by G-d Himself. Every essence is fundamentally alone.
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A look at logic and superalogic in our world and why we feel connected to each.
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After Adam and Eve ate from the Tree of Knowledge, the world changed to one of deception. Now one must look to children to see the deeper truths of life.
After the parting of the Red Sea, the Israelites sing together as recorded in Parshat Beshalach. It reveals the power of song as spiritual transportation.
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When G/d points out to Moses the new moon in Parshat Bo, He really shows him the threshold between evil and good and the birth from darkness to light.
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Having a G-dly soul in a material world means constantly struggling to find the balance between transcendence and immersion.