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Something you may have not noticed about those Hebrew letters on the page: They're moving. Actually, they're running--in particular, the gimmel and the daled. Why are they running? Where are they going to? All this and more in this week's episode of Kabba...
Bet may be the second letter of the aleph-bet, but it's also the first letter in the creation of the world--so it contains the whole world inside it. Sounds pretty mystical to me, but somehow Rabbi Infinity makes it simple and practical enough for his lit...
Having mastered the building blocks of the alefbet--the vav and the yud--Miri discovers the secret of letter number one: The Alef. It's the secret of making one out of many.
The Alef Bet meets its ultimate resolution as Miri learns the secret of the returning light--a.k.a. giving upward.
Three heads are better than two. A lot better. Two is antinomy, three is on a cloud. Join us as Feivel and Miri discover their cloud hidden in the secrets of the mother-letter, that shining letter of Shalom, the Shin.
Samech stands for secret and everything holds a secret, a divine spark that cannot be known. All things contain mystery. especially Feivel's head.
We can’t assume that if trouble is happening, we will hear it. Rather, we must look around and see who isn’t making any noise, and try to figure out why not. Because sometimes it is the one not saying a word who is begging to be heard . . .
By Esther Rosen
Artist’s Statement: The holy letters of the Alef-Bet. A colorful interpretation.
By Yitzchok Moully
Artist's Statement: The Torah and its letters come alive when studied. We may not see it, but when studied with intent they come to life, filling our world with light and color that G-d and our soul drink in.
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