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Tzaddik, The

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This class presents a comprehensive analysis of the natural and the miraculous; a tzaddik’s special power to reach into the supernatural to alter nature.
Why do we celebrate on the day that R. Shimon Bar Yochai passed away? Also: If we are not permitted to talk to the dead, why do we pray by a tzaddik’s grave?
Much is made of Abraham’s valiant efforts to save the city of Sodom, how he went to battle with G‑d on behalf of these very sinful people. But something about the story just doesn’t add up . . .
"She constantly criticizes me . Nothing I do for her is ever good enough. She has no respect for me and no gratitude for all that I provide for her. Where is the trust and loyalty she pledged when we married?"
The laws governing the annulment of vows distinguishes between an arus ('betrothed") and a baal ("husband"). On a deeper level, these laws describe two modes of spiritual life
A Kabbalah lecture that opens with a joke
A Kabbalah lecture that opens with a joke
If you ended up on the upper story, consider yourself lucky. If you find yourself on the lower level, consider yourself luckier.
Solitary and without friend/ Is he/ Therefore/ Every man/ Is his brother
Ethics 3:1
Man turned away from G-d, searched for G-d, discovered truth, attained holiness. But the physical world had no part in this; it was just scenery, a backdrop painted with patches of withheld light, against which G-d/man saga played
A long caravan snaked along the dusty road, with the carriage of the Hornisteipler Rebbe leading the way. As soon as they arrived in the village, the rebbe asked for directions to the residence of the estate manager.
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