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Mikveh, the: (lit. "collection or gathering [of water]"); ritual bathing pool in which a person immerses himself as part of the transition to ritual purity
She wanted to convert, but when the rabbi informed her of the requirements and also mentioned immersion in a mikvah, she balked. She was ready to do everything except for the mikvah ritual, which she found difficult to comprehend . . .
Marriages need separations. Sometimes a couple will get into arguments and be angry at each other just for the sake of creating a distance so that husband and wife can feel like they’re coming together . . . But there’s a better way.
We cannot logically understand the Divine laws of niddah and Family Purity, but we can try to understand them spiritually.
The most important institution of Jewish life, next to the home, is the mikveh and its cycle of union and separation between husband and wife. Because precious things only stay beautiful when you follow the manufacturer's instructions...
The doctor picked up the sample. He placed a drop on a slide, then slipped it under the eyepiece of the microscope. One glance showed him that it was full of bacteria—he did not bother to analyze it further.
The year is the same, the days are the same, but the months are different. It is a time quite individual—created by G‑d especially for me . . .
Everything you wanted to know about Mikvah but didn't know to ask.
The connection between the sin of the Tree of Knowledge and menstruation; the spiritual significance of the seven days of Niddah and the eleven days of Zivah
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