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R. Isaac Luria, The Ari

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25,000 gathered in Safed for ceremony marking passing of Rabbi Isaac Luria
SAFED, ISRAEL—A sizeable fire blazed across the ancient Safed cemetery Monday night amid the annual pilgrimage to the tomb of the great Kabbalistic sage, Rabbi Isaac Luria, on the anniversary of his passing. Prayers at the gravesite were interrupted brief...
"I am a water carrier," he said. "My barrel has broken beyond repair, and my children are starving. . ."
Don’t surrender. Don’t escape. Fix the world.
From the soon-to-be-released book “Wisdom to Fix the Earth”
On her back, hidden deep inside a sling, the baby boy slept on, blissfully unaware of the cruel world into which he had been born.
Part 8
The mystical city of Tzfat and its illustrious Kabbalists and Torah authorities.
The fifth of Av marks the passing of Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, known as the Arizal, who was a foremost scholar of Jewish mysticism and the father of his own school of Kabbalah
Poetry of Yehoshua November
On immersing in the spring known as the Arizal's Mikvah in the holy city of Tzefat.
Great Jewish Mystics
An extremely brief overview of the major contributors to the body of Jewish mystical thought throughout the ages from ancient times through the advent of Chassidism.
In the times of the First Temple lived very lofty souls. It was their thirst for spiritual ecstasy that led them to worship foreign gods. Thousands of years later, the holy Ari taught, in the 500 years of forced conversions from the Crusades until the Spa...
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