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Nature & the Miraculous

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The Natural and the Miraculous
Which is greater, the natural or the miraculous? Rabbi Freeman charts the development of a kabbalistic doctrine from the Ari, to the RaSHaB to the Rebbe.
Parshah Vayechi
The Sages of the Talmud, in their debate whether one may discuss Torah while consuming a meal, address the existential quandary of whether it is better to transcend nature or conform to it. (Based on Likutei Sichos, Vol 35. Vayechi 3.)
The Natural and the Supernatural
The difference between G‑d’s constant but hidden control over nature and the phenomena that we call miracles.
Judaism and genetic memory
The uniqueness of the miracle of Chanukah, the triumph of the supernatural over the natural and how we inherit faith.
A short insight on Parshat Lech Lecha
Do you need a miracle in some area of your life? Here’s why it is all right for you to ask for it—and how you can get it.
The Month of Nissan vs. the Month of Tishrei
Our Sages differ regarding the month that marks the beginning of creation. They also debate the month in which redemption will come. This class reconciles their views and provides critical insight into the divergent forces that must combine to redeem the ...
Celebrating Chanukah: the miraculous and the natural
There are two views as to when the Jews completely defeated the Greeks. One view maintains that it was on the 25th of Kislev – the day that Chanukah begins. The other view posits that the final victory occurred the day prior and the Chanukah celebration m...
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Shelach
When G-d wants to punish the people for believing the evil report of the spies, Moses pleads,"Now, please, let the strength of the Lord be increased." (Numbers 14:17) On a mystical level, Moses is asking that G-d express Himself through the Divine Name th...
The lesson of Purim is that we can discover G-d in the hidden miracles of everyday life.
Everything in creation has a nature. The nature of the Jewish soul is to serve G-d without any desire for self-actualization.
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