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Gimmel: the third letter of the Hebrew alphabet, pronounced as a hard "g," with a numerical value of three
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Something you may have not noticed about those Hebrew letters on the page: They're moving. Actually, they're running--in particular, the gimmel and the daled. Why are they running? Where are they going to? All this and more in this week's episode of Kabba...
This class explains the mystical meanings of the Hebrew letters including the significance of the letters' names, their phonetic sounds, their graphic design, and even their corresponding numerical values.
Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Gimmel, part 1)
The Talmud declares that there are three keys that G-d reserves for Himself and does not entrust to even a divinely appointed agent. The Sages of the Land of Israel add a fourth: The key to making a living. This talk reveals the key to all the doors... (L...
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Tazria
In the verse Leviticus 13:33, the word "v'hitgalach" meaning "he shall shave" has a large-sized letter gimmel. The letter gimmel is numerically equivalent to the number 3. What is the connection between the number three, Biblical leprosy, removing hair, a...
Tzedakah—Lesson 1
Three Hebrew letters contain an encoded message explaining how tzedakah is really not charity but justice.
The mystical dimension of the Exodus process
A deeper understanding of why we have three matzos on the Seder plate and drink four cups of wine. Discover how the spiritual dimensions of the Exodus reflect the difference between men and women in light of Chassidus. (Based on Lukutei Sichos vol. 26, Pa...
Decoding the hidden messages
The parsha of Ki Tisa contains 139 verses and the mnemonic for is the name ‘Chananel’. Explore the coded message in the mnemonic and its connection to the general themes of the parshah.
Rabbi Infinity takes eXtreme alefbet education to new heights when he provides Miri a first hand experience of the seventh letter of the alefbet and its secrets.
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