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Torah, The: (lit. teaching) (a) The Five Books of Moses (The Bible); (b) the overall body of Jewish religious teachings encompassing the whole body of Jewish law, practice and tradition
Every verse in the Torah is meant to be understood on many levels. When we look deeper into this verse, we can learn lessons that apply to all of us, even to someone who doesn’t own a house.
There are houses made of bricks, and houses built of effort and accomplishment. One can “build” up a friend to be a solid edifice of G‑d-centered living, or build a network that develops into an oasis of spirituality.
If the person is going to fall anyway, why should I have to take reponsibility?
Many view those less observant than them negatively. They may ignore them or even worse, tell them off and denigrate them.
Too often we build the house and assume that the “and they lived happily ever after” will just automatically happen.
On the personal, cosmic and spiritual significance of the Torah's kilayim (anti-hybridization) laws
One of the most puzzling commandments in the Torah is the commandment that opens this week's Torah portion.
A mystical interpretation of the law of the "beautiful captive"
The experience of life as a war between two impulses is normal. It is the way G‑d intended it. However, to gain the upper hand in this struggle requires a superhuman effort, an act made possible only by the grace of G‑d.
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