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This class explores the mystical meaning of nature’s most natural shape, the circle. The definition of time in light of Kabbalah is addressed and a new appreciation of Shabbat and its unique connection to our patriarch Jacob emerges.
The breaking of the Tablets? I thought we were past that? That was the beginning of the journey, 94 days ago. This was supposed to be its culmination! Are we turning the clock back?
A Bride Describes the Experience of an Orthodox Jewish Wedding
I am having my hair done, my nails, my makeup. But within, I am in a completely different world. My focus is on the new life I am about to embark upon. I keep his picture in my mind, his words in my heart, and his being engraved in my soul. It is my weddi...
Custom has it that the bride, as she arrives under the chuppah, walks three times around the groom (in some communities, seven times). The tradition is both beautiful and meaningful, although it is not required by the Halakhah. The reason for this unusual...
Imagine that you are living your life on the rim of a spinning wheel. Round and round it turns, faster and faster
The fifteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Samech (also spelled Samekh) is the fifteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet Numerical value: 60 Sound: "S" Meaning: 1. Support 2. medicine Story Yaakov had been terribly ill for weeks. He finally decided to ask R. Mordechai of Neshchiz for advice. “Rebbe,...
The center is not our creation, but the circle is. The paradox today is this: one cannot create a circle without a firm center, yet the center is invisible until we create our circle
The three mysteries of marriage
Eliezer gave Rebecca a ring, betrothing her to Isaac; ever since, rings, circles and enveloping structures have facilitated the union of man and woman. The Kabbalistic masters delve into the mystery of the circle to understand the unifying force that viol...
The Dichotomy of Life Is Impossible. It’s Also Real
In a surprising twist, we are told that the world we live in comes from that circular, dreamy world. Of course, an average day sure looks ramrod straight, but the true source of energy from which we feed is that magical, circular swirl.
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