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As I am sure you can imagine, there are so many ways of understanding these verses where each word is laden with meaning. The key here is that man was created once, but we are told about it twice, once as part of the Six Days of Creation, and once again. ...
Caesar said to Rabban Gamliel: “Your G‑d is a thief, as it is written, ‘And G‑d caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man . . . and He took one of his sides . . .’” Said Caesar’s daughter, “Allow me to reply.”
Question: My father passed away this past Friday. Is there any significance to passing away on the eve of Shabbat? Answer: I am sorry to hear of your father’s passing. I am confident that from the World of Truth he takes great pride in the mitzvot and cha...
abraham Question: Who is G‑d talking to when he says, "Let us create man in our image"? If G‑d is the One and Only, why does he refer to Himself in plural form? Answer: Great question. In fact, the biblical commentator Rashi (Rabbi Shlomo Yitzch...
The simple story of Adam and Eve: Maybe it wasn't that simple after all
What kind of "free choice" do we have, if we didn't choose to be presented with that choice?
On the seventh day of creation, Hashem rested from His work
Chp. 2 verses 1 - 9: On the seventh day of creation, Hashem rested from His work, and sanctified the seventh day as the Shabbos. He did not allow all plant life to grow until Adam prayed for rain. Hashem creates man and places him in the garden of Eden to...
Rosh Hashanah
Every year, we celebrate Rosh Hashanah again. Because creation—and its interpretation—is a never ending process.
A short insight on Parshat Bereishit
Do you have too much "stuff" in your life? Here's how to master your clutter without letting it master you.
Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year, and also the anniversary of the creation of man. In fact, the first time a shofar was heard in creation was when G‑d created Adam. G‑d blew Adam’s soul into him, and the sound it made was the sound of the shofar. Just...
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