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A SciFi/Fantasy version of the classic story of Moses' battle with the angels to receive the Torah.
38 pages
Take a deep dive into the world of Midrash, as we ask some tough questions and probe the breadth of Jewish scholarship for answers.
A webinar exploring a powerful letter from R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi on higher consciousness.
A webinar exploring a powerful letter from R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi on higher consciousness.
A deep exploration of a puzzling Talmudic anecdote about trust
Unraveling a Talmudic story of Hillel and probing the layers of essential good in each moment.
On the elusiveness of gratitude and confidence in our times
A video of the webinar on this topic is posted at the end of this article. Due to a combination of my respiratory history and my age, before the rest of you were locked up, my wife and children had already put me on the endangered species list. Now, despi...
The seven divine qualities that make total trust possible
Part of a series exploring classic Jewish texts that promise peace, calm and optimism.
It's enough already.
If the holy tzadik, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev, would be with us today, he would certainly raise his hands to the heavens and argue with the Master of the Universe on behalf of His children, the Jews. What he would say is far beyond my soul to know...
Is the Haggadah really meant to be read this way? Maybe…
Many people, far too many, expect to be alone on the first night of Passover this year. Moms. Dads. Singles. Perhaps you yourself. How does a Jew read the Haggadah alone? We all have the right, after all, to ask the question: “If He wants me to pass on th...
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