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Shaar Hayichud: Chapter 7 - Part 3

Sivan 21

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Eliezer Zalmanov for June 9, 2015

To Rolando The literal meaning is that it is the place that He rests His foot. But in this context, it means that although the world is lowly and mundane and it still part of G-d, and nothing is devoid of Him. Reply

Rolando USA June 8, 2015

What does it mean for the earth to be G-d's footstool? Also in saying the world is G-d, are you atreferring to all His attributes? Thank you. Reply

Rabbi Yehoshua B Gordon encino, ca June 12, 2012

Names of Hashem It is commonly found in Siddurim (Prayer Books) which are based on Kabbalistic teachings. Reply

Esther London, UK June 11, 2012

Names of Hashem Is there anywhere where these two names are mixed?
Thank you for your lessons Reply