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When your fellow is but a mirror of yourself, and when he's actually a window...
Is it always the case that when you see a flaw in someone else it is actually your own flaw you are seeing? Must that always we so? A look at the story of Noah's drunkenness holds the key to the answer.
Question: The following text from just before the flood seems to imply that G‑d did something wrong, was sorry for it, and surprised by its happening: "And the L-rd repented that He had made man on the earth, and it grieved Him in His heart. And the L-rd ...
An island of decency in a sea of depravity, was the hallmark of Noah. And so G-d despaired of Noah's generation and decided to begin anew the task of creating a human species worthy of its vaunted status.
The temptation is to refuse to take part in the rebuilding of a world where such injustice and iniquity can exist
This week: We can learn from Noach's family how to act and how not to act: casting judgment accomplishes nothing; it's the deed that matters...
Noah’s dispatch of the dove from the ark: passive and active anticipation.
How can it be that mere theft brought a much worse punishment than open rebellion against G‑d?
Something went terribly wrong. The beautiful, pristine world we read about in the beginning of Genesis had turned corrupt. G‑d decided to hit reset and begin anew.
It was terrifying not being able to breathe, while slowly fading with my thoughts racing.
Unlike some other mythical creatures found in fantasy books, there is reference to the phoenix in ancient Jewish sources.
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