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Fire is a powerful thing. It can either warm, illuminate, glow and sustain, or it can burn, disintegrate and destroy...
Question: Recently, a family home in Tennessee burned to the ground while firemen watched—because the owner had not paid his $75 yearly fee to the fire department. I'm wondering what Torah law has to say about that. Response: The Torah doesn't speak expli...
Escaping a Fire
On a night intended to commemorate our eleventh anniversary, and our treasured connection to each other, we celebrate instead the kindness of strangers, and the delicate and fragile strands of life's web...
Which is it-- "O all who thirst, come for water" or "My words aret like fire"? Obviously, we much prefer to consume our studies than to be consumed by them...
Actually there is an opinion in the Mishna, Beit Shammai, that says that the blessing should be “he who created the illumination of fire.” The version that we use is that of Beit Hillel. The Talmud explains that the plural “illuminations” alludes to the v...
The Baal Shem Tov loved light. So his disciples always made sure to have many candles burning whenever they expected their master...
The Sukkot water libations quench the thirst caused by judgment.
The Sukkot water libations quench the thirst caused by judgment.
Become very aware of this circuit -- wax, wick, flame, and light. Internalize this sequence into your life: wisdom, body, consciousness, and enlightenment
The Anatomy of a Flame
The menorah, its lamps, and the flames they hold are the very mirror of our identity as a people, the way we interact with each other, and of the elemental strivings of the human soul
In his Likkutei Torah Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi explains that the altar represents the heart. Corresponding to the two altars of the Sanctuary, the outer and the inner, are the outer and inner levels of the heart, its surface personality and its essen...
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