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Aleph-Beit, The

Aleph-Beit, The: the Hebrew alphabet
Aleph  (16)

Beit  (7)

Gimmel  (10)

Daled  (11)

Hey  (10)

Vav  (8)

Zayin  (4)

Chet  (7)

Tet  (6)

Yud  (12)

Kaf  (4)

Lamed  (5)

Mem  (8)

Nun  (7)

Samach  (4)

Ayin  (5)

Pey  (4)

Tzadik  (6)

Kuf  (6)

Resh  (6)

Shin  (5)

Taf  (4)


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As a carpenter employs tools to build a home, so G-d utilized the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew Alphabet, the alef-beis, to form heaven and earth. In Letters of Light, the essence of these holy letters is explored, illustrating how the letters continue...
The Otifier
Infinity Labs unveils The Otifier launching a whole new series to explore the mysteries of the Hebrew Alphabet--along with some real practical lessons.
Question: In Genesis it says that Adam named all the animals. My question is: If you translate the Hebrew literally, does it mean that Adam named the species—i.e., dog, cat, lion, etc.—or did he give them each personal names—i.e., Spot, Fluffy, etc.? Or...
Likkutei Sichos, Vol. VI, p. 107ff. I. “And on the third day, when it was morning, there were sounds (Kolos) and lightning; and there was a heavy cloud on the mountain. And the sound (Kol) of the shofar [resounded] very powerfully... And the sound (Kol)...
Alef Bet Who placed the intimate secret of the cosmos on a plush toy dangling above my little boy's head? RankRankRankRankRankRank
And this little boy? When he awakens, what will he see? Undoubtedly he will marvel at neat rows of colored squiggles and wonder what they are doing in his crib. He is far too young to realize what he is looking at...
Question: Why do some of the Hebrew letters have dots in them, and why do the same letters, in the same words, sometimes appear with dots and sometimes without? Answer: A prime example of this phenomenon is the name of the Egyptian king, Pharaoh, פרעה. In...
A Talmudic, medrashic, and kabbalistic guide to the meaning and symbolism of the Hebrew alphabet.
A room full of five-year-olds in a Russian cheder learn a new way to read the Alef Bet
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