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How could Jacob have studied the Torah, if it was given to Moses centuries later? Did he learn, in advance, how Laban would trick him on his wedding night or how Joseph would thrown in a pit and sold as a slave by his brothers?
The Kabbalists teach that nestled within every created thing is an "utterance of G-d's mouth" -- the letters of Divine speech that are the instrument of its creation (as described in the first chapter of Genesis)
On the essence of the “Little Purim”
It could have been the most joyous day of the year. Instead, “Little Purim” is an almost ordinary day, with no special observances associated with it. Almost, but not quite . . .
The humility of kingship.
The humility of kingship.
There is a Kabbalistic principle that the beginning is wedged in the end, and the end is wedged in the beginning, so what is the connection between the end of the book of Leviticus and its beginning?
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