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Ritual Purity

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A person may choose to "play it safe" and avoid anything touched by controversy, risk, or the possibility of failure; or he can choose the liquid life
We cannot logically understand the Divine laws of niddah and Family Purity, but we can try to understand them spiritually.
Everything you wanted to know about Mikvah but didn't know to ask.
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Rashi’s comment at the very beginning of our Torah portion seems over complicated.
A spiritual exploration of the three preconditions for a food item to become ritually impure. The inner dimension of these Temple laws highlights how there is a part of us that is always whole and pure, where nothing – no trauma, no circumstances – can da...
Even the uninformed are regarded as “pure” during the major festivals. Why?
Exploring Rashi’s commentary on the impurity contracted in battle
Rashi explores Talmudic sources to dissect the Torah law about how a person becomes impure if they kill someone.
Nowadays, there is really no reason why a person would prevent himself from becoming ritually impure. An exception is the male kohen, descendant of Aaron, brother of Moses.
But how about men immersing regularly in a mikvah? There are two primary reasons why, even nowadays, many men immerse.
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