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One symbolizes unity, agreement, simplicity. When something exists alone, nothing disturbs it. It remains completely at peace, without regard for anything else. Two symbolizes duality, tension and complexity. The number three symbolizes a harmony that inc...
On the deep and fascinating relation of Torah and Jews to the number three
This Shavuot gets a quadruple three: 3,333 years of Torah. That’s 3,333 years since we stood together as a single nation at Mount Sinai, trembling in awe as we accepted the entire Torah for all generations. In fact, it’s actually five threes, since Sivan,...
How does one restore the divine unity to our fragmented world? By delving even further into its plurality. An essay based on the famed chassidic discourse Heichaltzu 5659 by Rabbi Shalom DovBer of Lubavitch, which explores the significance of what may wel...
The 'Three Weeks', the Three Temples and the Number 3 in Torah
The three crowns that G-d gave to Israel relate to the three-part spiritual makeup of a human.
The three crowns that G-d gave to Israel relate to the three-part spiritual makeup of a human.
Yitro
“My children are constantly fighting with each other,” laments Susan, a mother of three. “Will there ever be peace in my home?”
Marriage comes in three varieties: the singular marriage, the twosome marriage and the three-dimensional marriage.
What is the significance of the number three, a prominent number in our history and tradition?
The saddest period in the Jewish calendar, when we mourn the destruction of the Holy Temple – amongst a litany of other national tragedies – is commonly referred to as 'The Three Weeks'. Yet, our Sages referred to this period as '21 Days'? The answer to t...
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