Kalot HaNefesh (Dissolution of the Soul)

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Kalot HaNefesh (Dissolution of the Soul): (lit. “the expiration of the soul”) yearning for closeness to G-d to the extent that the soul actually expires
The Yom Kippur Torah reading begins with the words: "The L-rd spoke to Moses after the death of Aaron's two sons, when they drew near before the L-rd, and they died." What bearing does this prefatory verse have on our personal Yom Kippur service?
(a d'vaikus talk)
The droplet yearns for the source. The spark craves the great fire. Shall we plunge into the sea of Nothingness?
A love relationship can thus be compared to an electrical circuit: should the resistance fall, the circuit will “short” and burn out.
The Desert Mentality, Part 2
In this lesson we examine the fascinating tale of the Talmud with Rabba bar bar Chana and the desert corpses, and uncover the mystical meaning and message the Talmud conveys with this enigmatic narrative.
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