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Yud: the tenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, prounounced "y," with a numerical value of 10
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Everything starts with a point. So when Rabbi Infinity teaches the Hebrew alphabet, he starts with the letter Yud, which is a little bit stretching the point.
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.
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Pinchas
"Pinchas...has turned My anger away from the children of Israel by his zealously avenging Me... therefore I hereby give him My covenant of peace." (Numbers 25:11-12) In this verse, the letter 'vav' of the word 'shalom' (peace) is written like two separate...
Parsha Naso
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Letters and Numbers of the Festivals—Purim
What is the difference between Purim, which is celebrated on the 14th day of the month, and Passover and Sukkot which are celebrated on the 15th day of their respective months? The answer lies in the fact that the number fourteen in Hebrew is represented ...
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...
Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Yud, part 7)
This presentation concludes the verses for the letter Yud with an analysis of King David’s prayerful plea to achieve sincere wholeheartedness; thusly avoiding the very same shame experienced by the wicked individuals who unfairly maligned and deceitfully ...
Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Yud, part 6)
This rumination provides extraordinary enlightenment as to the struggles and triumphs of Israel's Sweet Singer. Unfairly maligned and deceitfully vilified by wicked people seeking to heap shame upon the monarch; King David wears his heart on his sleeve an...
Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Yud, part 5)
Pleading for Divine kindness, which, in King David’s rarefied perception is a source for solace. Israel’s inspired poet then expresses hope that G-d’s compassion come his way, believing only it will lavish him with long life! Enigmatic and in need of eluc...
Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Yud, part 4)
Demonstrating intellectual clarity and rock-solid certitude in the righteousness of G-d’s judgement, King David shows us how to faithfully accept Hashem’s mysterious ways even when we’re being afflicted—experiencing emotional anguish and/or physical suffe...
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