Idolatry Below is the commandment: You shall have no other gods before Me. This, the second of the Ten Commandments, is clearly the converse and
Trust: The Power of Moses The emotional feeling of this mitzvah is one of infinite "trust" (bitachon) in God. As explained above, trust is the inner experience of
The Sun and the Moon Often, in Kabbalah and Chassidut, God's two manifestations, His transcendent light and His immanent light, are symbolized as "sun" and "moon."
The Elements of Belief Above is the commandment: I am God, your God, who has taken you out of the land of Egypt, out of the
The Order of Remembrances The order of the remembrances as listed in the siddur is thus from chesed to netzach to yesod to hod to
The Six Continuous Commandments and the Six Remembrances (continued) 3. The third remembrance of Amalek at the end of our daily prayers corresponds to the rear,
The Six Continuous Commandments and the Six Remembrances Often, in the attempt to establish one-to-one correspondences between parallel sets of concepts, several possibilities present themselves.
The Six Remembrances At the end of our morning prayers, we recite the "six remembrances," six things a Jew is to remember every day of
The Limbs of the Body and the Space Time Hypercube In the course of our meditation, we will also have to know how the six-seven
The Archetypal Souls of the Jewish People The six attributes of the heart, from chesed to yesod, also correspond to six archetypal souls of the Jewish people: Abraham,