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On the significance of Shabbat Hagadol
As a rule, important dates on the Jewish calendar are celebrated according to the day of the month. The war of the firstborn occurred on the 10th of Nissan, which was also the Shabbat before Passover. So why does the commemoration of this miracle follow t...
One day, it was revealed to Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov that he had merited that a great soul would be his "roommate" and partner in the World To Come...
If the Torah's description of Noah's righteousness can be understood both ways, why do the sages propose a negative interpretation?
What does it mean, and what does it mean to us...
Aside from stimulating our minds and inspiring our mystic wonder, what are the practical ramifications of the truth that G‑d is creating the world anew every moment of time?
Money is a fiction. It's not a measure of worth. It's a means not an end. What we give is more ours than what we gain. And "financial security" comes from a much higher place than stock portfolios...
A list of the joyous events that occurred on the 15th of Av, as detailed by the sages of the Talmud.
What are words but representations of things and concepts that G‑d Himself created? Any words we use—even words like “infinite” and “ultimate abstraction”—are meaningful only in the context of our logic, and as such, utterly meaningless when applied to G‑...
Who can make the physical world a holy place? One who remains untouched by its coarseness, or one who has succumbed to its temptations and triumphed over them? And what about the one who is still stuck in the morass of the material?
Often we look at our lives and are disappointed by how little of it is directed towards a higher purpose...
Translated into English, the word loses some of its mystery and otherworldliness. Yet these “guests” are indeed quite mysterious (at least until we learn more about them) and otherworldly (at least until we make them part of ours) . . .
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