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Mazal

Mazal: a) A medium that conveys spiritual influence to worldly beings; in its Talmudic usage, the celestial constellations that serve this purpose. b) The root or main part of the soul, which is not experienced consciously.
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Results 1-10 of 21 Mazal
Is it possible for someone to have bad luck? I am a college graduate, a learned man, but cannot seem to make any money...
Imagine if everyone saw you as you really are, as you see yourself. And you looked at everyone else and saw them as they see themselves. Our world would be a very different place, wouldn't it?
Question: I’m confused. Was the Passover offering that we used to eat a lamb or a kid goat? Answer: It could be either. The Hebrew term used in the Torah is seh, and, as Rashi comments, this can mean either a lamb or a kid goat. The verse actually...
Ever wondered where that instant inspiration comes from? Where does that spontaneous urge of faith stem from? What truly is the essence of our soul?
I always thought Mazel Tov meant “congratulations.” I recently heard that it actually means “good luck.” But I thought Jews don’t believe in luck . . . ?
Predicting the future is big business, as newspaper astrologers and corporate consultants profit from our insatiable desire to know the unknown. Is there anything to it? Do the stars hold any power over our lives?
This class addresses the Torah view on astrology, constellations and the zodiac: the mystical concept of ‘mazal’.
The Mysterious Name Especially mysterious is the esoteric inscription: KUZU BMUKSZ KUZU on the back of the parchment, which, at first glance, is unintelligible. Further, it is written upside-down. To decipher this cryptogram, we must replace every letter...
What is the point in celebrating an event that has already happened? This question applies to our birthday, anniversary or our Exodus from Egypt
Question: I know that the days from the first until the ninth of Av are considered bad days for the Jewish people and that I should try not to have a court case during that time, as the mazal of the Jewish people is not so good. I was wondering, however,...
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