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We seek specialness. Everything else just is, and as such is unworthy of our energy or attention. But is that how we really are? Or is there another, perhaps deeper, self that thrives on routine and regularity?
11 Nissan 5742 • April 4, 1982
The mitzvah of counting the Omer is to count the days from Passover until Shavuos, when the Omer offering was brought in the Temple. Each day has a purpose. Whether it leads up to the Omer offering or it is an ordinary day of life, we must look at the clo...
For the Haftarah of Bamidbar, From the Teachings of the Rebbe
The haftarah for Bamidbar is a prophecy about the time of Moshiach from the book of Hoshea (Hosea). It begins by telling us that when Moshiach comes, we will be so many, so numerous that we will be uncountable, and that the two kingdoms of Judah and Israe...
Why has G‑d chosen certain numbers for special significance?
"Did you know," Ben said, "that if this would be a non kosher egg, like an owl's egg, and it would fall into a pot of food, then the whole pot-full of food would become non-kosher?"
Part 1
This class delves into the deep esoteric teachings of Kabbalah on the mystical dimension of the numbers 1 through 5.
Part 2
This class delves into the deep esoteric teachings of Kabbalah on the mystical dimension of the numbers 6 through 10.
Parshat Bamidbar
The prohibition against counting Jews directly, its reasons and applications.
Two censuses, taken at two times which could not be more dissimilar. But a singular message—and a message with a singular theme—emerges . . .
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