Passover – Pesach Resources Index

Feb 17, 2014No Comments

Pesach (“Passover”): Transforming Blemishes into Divine Wonders The potential of every Jew is to express Divinity. The Hebrew word for Egypt, Mitzrayim, means “constraints.” Constraints

Nisan: Resources For the Hebrew Month of Ni...

Feb 16, 2014No Comments

The Month of Nisan According to the Book of Formation (Sefer Yetzirah) Speak Your Faith In this article, after providing a basic introduction to the

Speak Your Faith

Feb 13, 2014No Comments

Download the PDF Here: speak your faith summary

Nissan – the Month of Redemption

Feb 13, 2014No Comments

Secrets of the Jewish Year Holiday Messages and Meditations on the Jewish Year The Jewish Month of Nissan Nissan According to Sefer Yetzirah The Month of

The Month of Nisan According to the Book of...

Feb 13, 2014No Comments

According to The Book of Formation (Sefer Yetzirah) Each month of the Jewish year has a corresponding color, a letter of the Hebrew alphabet, a

Experiencing the Exodus while praying

Jan 25, 2013Comments off

Photo Credit: Healing paranoia In Parashat Beshalach we reach the climax of the exodus from the Egyptian exile―the parting of the Red Sea and the

Cleanliness of Speech, Purity of Thought, C...

Apr 18, 20111 Comment

In the ten-rung ladder of spiritual growth outlined by Rabbi Pinchas ben Yair, three consecutive rungs are: “Cleanliness brings one to purity, purity brings one to

Out There

Apr 17, 20112 Comments

“Egypt” (מצרים) means “straights,” alluding to psychological blocks and states of confinement. Chametz (leavened bread) symbolizes egocentricity. Egocentricity (chametz) is the source of all psychological confinement

The Last Exile

Apr 17, 2011No Comments

The four questions that we ask at the Seder table begin: “What is the difference between this night (of Pesach) and all (other) nights?” The children at

Freedom of Speech

Apr 14, 20111 Comment

In Hebrew, the word for Passover, Pesach (פסח), reads Peh Sach (פה סח), "a talking mouth." Pesach celebrates freedom, first and foremost – freedom of