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The earliest known source for specifically going around seven times is Rabbi Yitzchak Luria, the Arizal (1534-1572). But he provides no source.
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.
In kabbalistic teachings, the number seven symbolizes perfection – perfection that is achievable via natural means – while eight symbolizes that which is beyond nature and its (inherently limited) perfection. Some examples: a) G‑d created the world and it...
Mundanity, holiness and beyond—a study of the spiritual significance of the Shemittah and Jubilee cycles.
The sages outline the number of aliyot for the Torah reading based on the uniqueness of the day on which the Torah is read.
As a lad David played for Saul, and at the end of his life, he is described as the “sweet singer of Israel.”
The Midrash connects the seven days of Passover to the seven days of the week. But, why?
Did you know that mourning for seven days is an ancient custom that predates the giving of the Torah? Learn all about it here.
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Bo
Three times in the Torah the word "ha-shvi-i" (the seventh) is missing a letter yud. (The first time is in this week's portion in Exodus 12:15.) When spelled this way, the word may also be read as "shavua" (oath) or "soveia" (satiated.) What is the connec...
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