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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.
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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.
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Since its founding in 1776, the timeless and noble foundation of the United States of America is the principle of E Pluribus Unum, from the many, one.
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Rachel exemplifies compassion and enables us to recognize our inherent value by virtue of the fact that every single person was created in the Divine Image.
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Isaac shuddered a violent shudder as he realized how difficult the struggle would be between the forces of matter and spirit throughout history.
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Much can be learned from advertising. What exactly does it mean to be alive? Chayei Sarah reveals for us a completely new definition and dimension of life. A true life is a spiritual life.
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Abraham’s mandate is as important today as ever. And his persistence teaches us the power of one individual’s choice, how much it can accomplish.
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The great gift of Torah is that it provides us with a Divine blueprint on how to live our lives. Your unique mission statement is embedded within you.