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G-d and Man

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Twice Moses states in our Parshah that "there is none else"--that nothing exists aside from G-d. Are these just words, or do they mean something that we can understand?
Just as education is meant to last a lifetime, the methods used to educate children should also remain with them for the duration of their adulthood.
Torah study or prayer? Man or Woman? A transcendent perspective or an emphatic view? Two pathways through life, and two consolations in the future redemption...
What type of request does va'eschanan signify?
At times of maximum vulnerability, people tend to gravitate to the sanctuary of their faith, hoping to ride out the hard times under Judaism's shelter.
Why is a transcendent feeling like love so contingent on actions? While the question may sound profoundly philosophical, the answer is quite simple . . .
What does it mean to "lengthen" the echad ("one") of the Shema?
Home in the womb, on the road of life, lying down in the grave, and waking up in the world to come . . .
Three Loves "And you shall love G-d your lord with all your heart, with all your soul and with all your might." (Deuteronomy 6:5). These words are not just poetic repetitions of love but precise instructions that define the parameters of the love that G-d...
The life of a person is divided into days, and every day is divided into morning and evening.
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