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Pleasure; Delight; Fun

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G‑d laughs. A blissful laugh. A laugh that resounds throughout the universe. “There is nothing beyond bliss,” states the ancient Book of Formation (2:4). Bliss is the origin of all being, the source of all life, the meaning behind all that occurs. And wha...
Judaism wants us to have pleasure. In fact the very first mitzvah of the Torah sets the stage for pleasure. Shabbat and holidays are also days for pleasure and delight. But there is a difference between Jewish pleasures and just running after every pleasu...
Pleasure, you would think, should be a very simple thing. It is, but only if you stop to think.
The Philosophy of Judaism and Joy
Professor William Kolbrener tells his personal story of spiritual growth and asks the deep philosophical question, "Can you be Jewish and still follow your bliss?"
The Tu B’Shevat festive dinner is an opportunity to repair the transgression of Adam and Eve.
The Tu B’Shevat festive dinner is an opportunity to repair the transgression of Adam and Eve.
I am looking to follow in other's footsteps—to trace the paths that those ahead of me have tested. She is intrigued by forging her own new path where no one has stepped.
Tu B'Shvat: a Mystical Interpretation
The Kabbalists teach that with the simple act of eating fruit on Tu B'Shvat we "rectify" the sin of Adam and Eve. To understand the dynamics of this cosmic repair, we most first explore the mystic significance of pleasure...
Sweetness, light and joy at the receiving of the Torah
Sweetness, light and joy at the receiving of the Torah
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