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Soul, The


Results 1-10 of 300 Soul, The
A soul is Divine energy, a little piece of G-d within you. Your inner identity, your raison d'être
What is a soul? I asked a couple of angels, a psychiatrist, a physicist and a guru, and this is what they told me...
Where do we go? What is heaven and hell? Do we ever get sent back for a second life? Is there any way to make contact with a departed loved one?
With all the events and actions that contributed to the miracle of Purim, why is the festival named after the seemingly minor detail that Haman picked the date for his decree by casting lots?
Is death a reason to mourn, or to celebrate the life of the deceased? That depends on the nature of the person’s life . . .
Was Adam and Eve's sin part of "the plan"?
Esau was the bad guy, right? So why did his father, the patriarch Isaac, prefer him over his saintly brother Jacob?
This is not a question about why people choose to do evil or why evil is visited on the innocent. It is a broader question. Why did G‑d create evil and what purpose does it serve?
They say that “you can’t dance at two weddings at once.” But according to a teaching of the Maggid of Mezeritch, the leading disciple of the saintly Baal Shem Tov, you can. The Torah reading of Vayishlach begins, “And Jacob sent angels before him to Esau...
Jacob's declaration -- "I sojourned with Laban, but did not learn from his evil ways" -- should not be understood as a boast but rather as a lament. Jacob is bemoaning the fact that he did not learn to do good the way Laban did evil...
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