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A purposeful soul is not content to be, it wants to secure a purpose. Hence being alive is only a preparation for true life. True life begins when we give life to others. Through birth or inspiration we give life which can be given again to others at infi...
Judaism teaches about the reality of life after physical life; what is the nature of this after-life experience for the soul?
This stimulating talk presents the Jewish perspective on the soul, afterlife, reincarnation and resurrection.
Question: I don't understand why we can't visit my dad's grave until after the first yahrtzeit. My parents were married for 45 years, and my mom is understandably very sad, and would like to visit already. Answer: I'm sorry to hear about your loss. May G‑...
She calls this her “ultimate artwork”—having her body cremated after she dies and then compressed to form a diamond . . .
The Torah assumes this, the Talmud discusses the experiences of several people who made the trip there and back, and classic Jewish works describe the process. You want a real good spacesuit to make this trip
Question: I am married with four children and would like to know -- upon passing from this world will our souls remain as a family for eternity? Will we know each other as we do now? Will I continue to be a parent and have contact with my children's souls...
Question: I have read about the Jewish belief in afterlife. What I want to know is: does my beloved father know -- even now, since his passing -- how deeply I love and miss him, and need him? And, when I die, will I ever again be able to talk to my belove...
Can you find a competent electrician willing to do a job for, say, three candies an hour? How about a spiritual person willing to serve G‑d for material reward?
Is death a reason to mourn, or to celebrate the life of the deceased? That depends on the nature of the person’s life . . .
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