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13 Tammuz, 5739 · July 8, 1979
The Sages of the Talmud ask: “Why does G-d allow the sun and moon to exist, if they have become objects of idolatry?” They answer: The forces of nature are positive and beneficial; should God destroy His creations only because of the fools who worship the...
Contemporary, spiritually seeking Jews are often drawn to Hinduism and Buddhism, attracted by teachings that espouse oneness and transcendence. This class explores the origins and differences between Judaism and Eastern faiths. The results are revelations...
Learn from papaya: what you perceive is what you receive.
The role of G-d in our social interactions
Rather than thinking of the religious and social as belonging to two distinct realms, chassidism posits a more complex interrelational model that encompasses the entire cosmos, and in which G-d too is a responsive participant.
The philosophy of G-d’s oneness (Tanya Ch. 20-21)
As in so many areas of life a step-by-step process is necessary to move forward, so too in Judaism we advance one mitzvah at a time.
The Noahide Code
Understanding the earliest origin of idolatry gives a better appreciation to a universal belief in one G-d. All of mankind has the right to pray to one G-d and should incorporate blessings in their daily life.
A day in Sakon Nakhon, Thailand
The story of how a nice Jewish boy from Kansas ends up as a rice farmer in Thailand who celebrates his heritage
Logic and demythologization in the teachings of Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi
Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi cohesively incorporates rational elements into his mystical ontological system. Examples include the demythologization of philosophically obscurities and adherence to certain logical principles, some of which were transcended...
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