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Makif & Penimi; Sovev & Memalle

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Every Hebrew letter holds a secret, but nothing Rabbi Infinity's lab can't break open. Even the all-encompassing secret of the letter chaf.
Reflecting on her life work as an educator on campus, on cutting edge technology, and on the central image of the educator in Chabad's theological teachings, a veteran shluchah gets to the heart of how our own lives transform the lives of others.
A Mashal for Sovev and Memaleh from Nefesh Ha’Adam
This section of the Maamar completes the description of the 3 characteristics that distinguish Ohr Pnimi from Ohr Makkif, and then introduces a lengthy Mashal in order to clarify these concepts.
Distinctions between Ohr Makkif (Sovev) and Ohr Penimi (Memale)
The Maamar now identifies and describes three characteristics that define Ohr Pnimi and distinguish it from Ohr Makkif.
On Shabbat work is forbidden. But what defines work? The Torah defines work as any of the activities that were required for the construction or function of the Mishkan, the Divine Sanctuary. This class will explain the deeper connection between Shabbat an...
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Hear that humming sound? Always there, right? Ever wonder what's going on? Find out with Miri, as she explores the motor letter of the universe. Be aMazed.
A Metaphor for Ohr Penimi (Memale)
The Maamar illustrates the concept of Hislabshus of Ohr Penimi with the Mashal of the investment of the powers of the Nefesh in specific organs of the body, beginning with a description of Chochmah and Binah.
Makifim of Seder Hishtalshalus
In general, there are two types of 'makifim' (transcendent lights), those that are “close” to that which they encompass (relative makifim) and those that are “distant” (absolute makifim). Metaphorically, these can be compared to a garment and a house resp...
Penimius Hamakif and the Two Dimensions of Shmirah
The Ohr Makkif elicited by Positive Mitzvos is vulnerable to parasitic invasion by Sitra Achra, and thus requires the protection afforded by the ‘distant’ Makkif associated with Negative Mitzvos.
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