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Anochi: (lit. “I am”); the first word of the Ten Commandments, a reference to G-d’s essence
We were free people. But freedom is not automatic. It is something that needs to be learned, integrated and experienced. And if you have never been free, you may not know how to do it . . .
Understanding Shavuot
When introducing Himself to the Jewish people in the great event at Sinai, why did G‑d choose to understate His own achievements?
Pre-Sinaitic Revelation To better understand this unifying element of Torah, let us look at the manner in which we came to receive the Torah from G-d. As we mentioned earlier, G-d surely did not create the world for a purpose without communicating that pu...
G‑d is saying: "Let's get one thing straight from the beginning: I am. The stars and the planets, the animals and the green trees and even humanity exist only because I am, and to serve My 'I am.' If you follow these Ten Commandments, you will join me in ...
Wherever your soul has taken you, there must be something of profound value that you uncovered there.
A Point Above, a Point Below
What is an Alef? A point above, a point below, and a line of Torah connecting them.
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