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The full moon’s mystical message
The fifteenth day of the Hebrew month of Av is described as a great festive day. The mystics explain that its specialty is connected to coinciding with a full moon (similar to the holidays Passover and Sukkot). Discover a life-changing insight gleaned fro...
A Taste of Text—Pinchas
Only by making itself vulnerable to the mortality and pitfalls of the physical state can the soul of man gain the power to make of itself more than it is.
Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 3
The sun and the moon as symbols for innovation and tradition. Should Judaism adapt with the times or resist the changes of modernity? Guest Expert: Rabbi Manis Friedman. (From “Messages”—Season 4, Episode 3)
The book of Genesis relates that on the fourth day of creation G-d created the two luminaries; the great luminary, the sun, to shine by day, and the small luminary, the moon, to shine by night.
Why the 19th of Kislev is celebrated in the latter half of the month, unlike the major biblical holidays, which are in the first half. The sun and moon relationship offers insight.
The powerful light following the negative backdrop
May we very soon prepare for the marriage of the Jewish people with G-d. Midrash Rabbah says that until Moshiach, our relationship is like an engagement, and in the future, it will be a complete marriage.
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