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The Ten Commandments begin with the verse,Shmos 20:2. “I am G-d your L-rd who brought you out of the land of Egypt, from the place of slavery.” In commenting on the words, “who brought you out of the land of Egypt,” Rashi notes:Ibid. “Taking you out of Eg...
In the Torah portion of Yisro, G-d tells Moshe:.Shmos 19:3. “So shall you say to the House of Jacob, and relate to the Children of Israel.” The Mechilta comments:.Ibid. “ ‘The House of Jacob’ refers to women, while ‘the Children of Israel’ refers to men …...
How can a limited mortal relate to an unlimited G-d? Mankind has pondered this question for centuries. If He is G-d, He is, by definition, infinite and unbounded, and thus above our comprehension. How then can we establish a connection to Him? Our Sages f...
Adapted from Likkutei Sichos, Vol. XI, p. 74ff; Vol. XV, p. 379ff; Vol. XVI, p. 198; Sichos Shabbos Pashas Yisro, 5751 Yisro’s Identity Few of the weekly Torah readings are named after individuals, so whenever such an association is made, it commands spec...
A Turning Point in the World’s Spiritual History As has been mentioned on several occasions, the giving of the Torah is associated with the uniting of the spiritual and physical realms. Before the giving of the Torah, there was a decree separating the phy...
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