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Abraham Maimuni, Rabbi (son of Maimonides)

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Rabbi Abraham Maimuni HaNagid (also called "Rabbi Avraham ben HaRambam") was the only son of Maimonides (the famed Talmudist, codifier of Jewish Law, philosopher, physician and statesmen, Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, 1135-1204). Born in 1185, Rabbi Abraham...
Why do we fast on Yom Kippur? A common perception is that it’s to de-emphasize our physicality on the most spiritual day of the year. According to chassidic teaching, the very opposite is the case.
What would it be like to live in a world without death, pain or suffering, without struggle or striving, anxiety or yearning, without deadlines or hassles, effort or achievement? What would we do all day?
Into how many portions will the Land of Israel be divided during the Messianic Era? Will the Levites finally have their own land?
If the body is but a temporary and deficient container for the soul, why recompose and revive it?
“Is it not enough for the righteous what is prepared for them in the World to Come,” the Midrash declares, “that they also ask for a tranquil life in this world?” But why not? Does G‑d have a limited quantity of tranquility to mete out?
What is "The World to Come" Defining the Rabbinical Expression "Olam HaBah" Video RankRankRankRankRankRank
What is The World to Come
What is the "World to Come"? What are "The Days of Moshiach"? What is Gan Eden? Defining these terms according to the divergent opinions of Maimonides and Nachmanides.
Is it Proper to Seek Tranquility? From Likutei Sichos - Vayeishev Video RankRankRankRankRankRank
Is it Proper to Seek Tranquility?
In his commentary on Genesis 37:2, Rashi says that "Jacob dwelt" can also mean that "Jacob sought to dwell in tranquility." Is seeking tranquility and happiness an inherently valuable pursuit? Is it okay to ask G-d to help us accomplish our mission free...
Midrash Is for Lovers Part 2 of “Is Midrash For Real?” Q&A RankRankRankRankRankRank
The Zohar tells a parable of a beautiful woman who peeks out to her beloved through a small window. Those who love her, find her. Those who don’t, must have patience.
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