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Halacha (Torah law): (lit. “the pathway”); (a) the body of Jewish law; (b) a single law
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One end of the Torah is here on earth and the other end is in heaven, and it is on this bridge that G-d wants us to walk.
Cross-dressing can lead to promiscuous behavior. Wearing the clothes of a woman would enable a man to mingle inappropriately among women, and vice versa...
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.
Joel Cohen's Question: So the Taliban or the Mujahadein or the Khmer Rouge go to war against their respective enemy. War is hell, despite their perception that G‑d is on their side. Still, the soldiers have lustful desires—they are men, after all. One sol...
Once you’ve rolled off the bed, how much of the “Modeh Ani” do you take with you? So you spent eight seconds admitting that you owe your life to G‑d. Does that really affect the rest of the day?
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