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Mashiach and Jewish Leadership

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 10 Re...

Apr 08, 2014No Comments

In the Aramaic translation and commentary on the opening verse of Song of Songs, the tradition is brought that there are ten primordial songs–nine appearing

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 37 ...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

In the second of three paragraphs recited along with the Shema daily, we are informed that the amount of rain and its subsequent blessings depends ultimately on

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 34 ...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

One of the basic foundations of Chassidut is to be connected to a tzaddik, a spiritual leader and guide, who through personal example inspires all around him to

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 31- Se...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

The word “vision,” (chozeh), appears in one of the most important verses upon which Kabbalistic symbolism and structure is based: “From my own flesh I

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 30 ...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

Visionary hope and insight are themes which connect and ultimately motivate all five dynamics of leadership. When pursuing the first dynamic, peace and compromise, one

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 28 ...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

The third manifestation of foolishness, the awakening of joy through “holy folly,” is in certain respects the simplest to understand and the easiest to access.

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 27 ...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

Our slavery in Egypt, the prototype of all future exiles, began with Pharaoh saying (Exodus 1:9-10): “Behold, the people of Israel are more and mightier

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 25 ...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

Another verse written by King Solomon (Proverbs 17:26): “Also punishment for a tzadik is not good…” appears to be a contradiction to the previously discussed Midrashic interpretation which points

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 24 ...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

The last of our five dynamics, the sense of folly, is by its very nature the most paradoxical and enigmatic of all the soul qualities

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 23 ...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

A wondrous numerical gem, supporting the ideas thus far presented is found when adding the Hebrew words for “art,” omanut, 497, and “science,” mada, 114, equaling the word

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