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Shin: the twenty-first letter of the Hebrew alphabet, prounounced "sh" (if the dot is on the right, or "s" if the dot is on the left, and the letter is then called "sin"), with a numerical value of 300
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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.
Three heads are better than two. A lot better. Two is antinomy, three is on a cloud. Join us as Feivel and Miri discover their cloud hidden in the secrets of the mother-letter, that shining letter of Shalom, the Shin.
The twenty-first letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Shin is the twenty-first letter of the Hebrew alphabet Numerical value: 300 Sound: "SH" with a dot over the right side, and "S" with a dot over the left Meaning: 1. tooth 2. steadfast 3. change 4. return 5. year Story Rabbi Shalom Dov Ber Schneersohn, the...
There are four general customs regarding how to pronounce this name.
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Korach
We are not to perpetuate the memory of the wicked, as the Book of Proverbs says (10:7), “The name of the evil person shall rot.” So why is the Torah portion of Korach named for an evil person? It is because of the positive lesson we can learn from Korach....
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Terumah
The Sanctuary that Moses built in the wilderness was constructed of a kind of pillar called a "keresh" (kuf, shin, reish.) These are the same letters as the world for falsehood "sheker" (shin, kuf, reish) and the word for connection "kesher" (kuf, shin, r...
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