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February 4, 2015
Notwithstanding the plant's beauty and intricacy, it still does not seem to come close to that of the human. Yet the plant sustains the human being. In spiritual terms this demonstrates that it is closer to the apex of creation
Consistently, the process repeated itself, until I resigned myself to the fact that my huge southern-facing window would remain empty of growing things. Then my mother gave me the cactus...
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)...
A desert mountain which miraculously bloomed with flowers and vegetation spawned a beautiful and aesthetic custom . . .
Yes, mushrooms are kosher. A mushroom is a fungus, and in general, natural fungi are kosher. Since bugs are not kosher, you should make sure that your mushrooms aren't infested with insects before eating them. Rinse the mushrooms and check a few samples...
Making a blessing before eating is how we acknowledge the creator who provides us with the food; now that you know the why, read of the what and how
Tu B’Shevat New Year for Trees
When’s the last time you wished a tree Happy New Year? The 15th day of the Hebrew month of Shevat is a great opportunity. It’s known as Tu B’Shevat, the New Year for Trees.
Question: My family is in the midst of planning an unveiling for my mother. My aunt would like to have flowers planted on the grave before the event. Is this acceptable? I have been to many unveilings and have never seen flowers. Something about it just...
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