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Once Cain admitted his guilt and set out to repent, what did he do next? Did he buy out an alcohol store, lock the bedroom, shut the lights, and knock himself out for days on end? Did he drown his guilt in depression?
In the Midrash Rabbah we find two opinions on this matter: Rabbi Yochanan taught that angels were created on the second day of Creation. He sees this reflected in Psalms 104 where we read in the third verse: "Who roofs His upper chambers with water," and ...
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...
Was Adam and Eve's sin part of "the plan"?
The sooner we realize it’s all a mind game, the sooner we will be able to win the game.
"Creation" (beriah, in the Hebrew), which means bringing something into being out of a prior state of non-existence, implies a "before" and "after"; so to say that G-d created anything is also to say that He first (or simultaneously) created time...
The text of the traditional engagement contract alludes to the cosmic energies which are unleashed by a Jewish marriage, a throwback to the supernal mechanisms which led to the creation of the worlds.
What is time? And if we understood what time is—and what are the “windows” of timelessness within our existence—what practical difference would this make in our lives?
Between the intention and the fact, the dream and the reality, lies struggle, opposition, and the fallibility of the human will. It is all too easy, having tried and failed, to conclude that nothing ultimately can be achieved, that the world is as it is, ...
What went wrong? How did evil enter the picture, setting in motion the drama of which the Torah – in a sense, the whole of history – is a record?
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