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Thoughts, Opinions, Hate and Love

Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Samach)

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Thoughts, Opinions, Hate and Love: Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Samach)

Despising vacillation and irresoluteness in one’s value system, King David’s righteous rejection of malfunctioning moral compasses is contrasted with his love of the truth and embrace of Torah-true virtues. Careful analyses of the Hebrew etymology of the biblical syntax leads us into a profound understanding about David’s declaration of uncompromising, singular loyalty in the nature of his devotion towards Hashem. Multiple layers of inspirational ideas, lessons and teachings – all tucked in the folds of this remarkable verse – are beautifully presented here. (Psalm 119, verses 113)
Samach, Psalms

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