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Yechidah: the highest or innermost of the five levels of the soul
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Rosh Chodesh
Why is the Redemption, the moment of our consummate fulfillment, analogous to the moon's rebirth, a moment when it emits only a diminutive and weak crescent of light?
Explore the five levels of the soul and discover how we access the deepest level on this holiest day of the entire year.
Is it possible we've gotten these holidays all wrong?
Maybe we’ve got everything 100% wrong. Because if we’re thinking the holidays are backward, it’s likely we’ve got their meanings backward.
The Talmud Shabbat 21b. tells us, regarding the mitzvah of lighting Chanukah candles: "The House of Shammai says, 'On the first day you light eight, and from here and on continue to subtract [one light each day].' The House of Hillel says, 'On the first d...
Chanukah
The soul, and its innate bond with G‑d, is the only force powerful enough to extricate a Jew from the spiritual morass of Hellenistic Greece.
The Yechidah and the Ratzon of Mitzvos
The essence of the Ratzon of the Jewish people, the Yechida, is unitary and absolute, reflecting a singular, unbreakable, eternal bond with our Creator. The unity of Yechida is also apparent in the Ratzon inherent in the fulfillment of Mitzvos.
The Yechidah
The Yechidah of our soul is our essential Ratzon (desire), our unique and absolute bond with the Creator. It is what establishes us as an eternal holy nation, incapable of being separated from G-d.
This Midrash raises more questions than it answers.
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