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Chochmah: (lit. "wisdom; conceptual knowledge"); in Kabbalistic-Chassidic terminology, refers to the first of the ten sefirot, or divine emanations and the first of the intellectual powers of the soul
Wisdom and the potential to be.
. . . and why you need to know that
There’s something you brought to the world that the world didn’t give you. It’s the only thing that makes you real.
"How can this have happened? How can there be wisdom without compassion?"
"How can this have happened? How can there be wisdom without compassion?"
Ordinary food is not extracted from heaven. Unlike the manna, the hand of G‑d is concealed in our bread. But there's an exception to this rule: Matzah.
Rep. Joe Wilson's unscripted commentary prompted me to question the value of spontaneously speaking your mind, of saying what gurgles up into your consciousness...
Chabad is an acronym for chochmah, binah and daat, which are commonly translated as wisdom, understanding and knowledge. Learn the mystical meaning of these three intellectual soul powers.
The Land of Israel is known as "the land of G-d's desire"
Marriage is a pretty bizarre concept. It must have been G-d's idea. Who else could think of such a whacky plan like bringing together two opposites and putting them under one roof to share a life?
"Joe must be feeling pressured at work," Sara muses. "He's not saying anything because he doesn't want to worry me. Oh, I wish he would just talk about it!"
She'll ask about his day. He'll answer that it was good or bad. If he remembers to reciprocate, he'll soon be wondering when or if she'll ever finish her litany of endless, intricate and irrelevant details and get to the important parts
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