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The Mishkan as a prototype of time, space and man
13 chapters are filled with the details of the Sanctuary's construction, from the dimensions of its pillars to the colors of its tapestries. In contrast, the Torah devotes one chapter to its account of the creation and three chapters to the revelation at ...
Why all this self-restraint? Why not just enjoy oneself, especially if one isn't transgressing any law? What is the problem?
Is it the mystic in the mountains, the monk in the monastery, or the guru in the garage? Judaism is certainly rich in spirituality; but how would it define 'holy'?
Do we surrender to the anti-truth of arbitrary happenstance, or do we embrace the divine calling of purposeful engagement? The difference looks a lot smaller than it is
Physical objects, they reasoned, can be safely preserved; they don’t walk away and disappear as Moses did
How do we, in this fast-paced, material world, find sacred moments in our lives?
The doctrine of goodness as the sacredness of life, time and place is what allows us to prevail in our battle against evil.
Have you ever closed a deal, celebrated your marriage (or its anniversary), or simply spent time with a good friend—without eating something together? Why do our teeth, gullet and stomach figure so prominently in who, how, where and with whom we are?
Monosim: Is there anything apart from G-d. Do we exist? How can we actualize monism?
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