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Tali Loewenthal

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The chain of rabbis define the Torah laws, but every individual discovers his or her own reality in their subtle depths.
We tend to start out with rosy ideals or images of how good everything is going to be. Then, at some point, for many of us, we are challenged by situations which seem almost unbearable...
The Sages tell us that the Giving of the Torah took into account the diversity among those who were receiving it. The Torah was given with the potential to be explained in 600,000 different ways, for each of the 600,000 different souls...
Each day the Prince of one of the Tribes brought a magnificent gift to G‑d. But for each Prince although the gift was exactly the same, the symbolic meaning was different...
The emphasis of early Chabad Chasidism on contemplative prayer is well known. But what about the 20th century?
We might think it is sufficient if the Divine dwells only in the most spiritual part of our lives. This is why Moses was at first reluctant to accept the mirrors...
The Jewish home is indeed "a small Sanctuary." Like the Temple, it is a center for Torah, prayer and kindness...
This week: Benjy wants to build the Tabernacle in his home. But from where will he get all the materials, and how will he know exactly how it's meant to be built?
The intimate Jewish relationship with G‑d is expressed in the idea that G‑d Himself keeps the laws of the Torah. This teaching helps a person understand how closely we are connected with the Divine...
More than 3,300 years ago, the Torah was given on Mount Sinai. This was a truly intense experience, a revolution in human consciousness! At the same time there is also a developmental aspect to the Giving of the Torah...
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