Mashiach and Jewish Leadership

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 15 ...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

On the Jewish holidays of Pesach, Shavuot and Succot, it is customary to recite a special prayer which contains the verse: "Privilege us that You may rest Your

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 11 ...

Feb 25, 2014No Comments

The statement "Do not be scornful of any person and do not be disdainful of anything, for you have no person without his hour and

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 5 R...

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The capacity to lead rests ultimately upon the perception among the followers of a certain leader that he or she represents their conscious and unconscious

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership – Part...

Feb 13, 2014No Comments

The second dynamic of leadership is the belief in an ultimate utopian state of perfection, which though not fully manifest in the present, is a

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 19 &#...

Feb 11, 2014No Comments

According to Kabbalah and Chassidut, the rectification of the physical world occurs through clarifying, elevating and returning sparks of holiness at present entrapped in the "secular"

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 14 ...

Feb 11, 2014No Comments

In Kabbalah, the terms "feminine" and "masculine" (bride and groom) are always relative, representing primordial forces present in both male and female. "Feminine" psychology tends

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership – Tabl...

Feb 10, 2014No Comments

 Part 1:   The Messianic Spark in the Jewish Soul  Part 2:   The Power of Rectified Speech  Part 3:   Humility–The Leader's Rectified Ego   Part 4:   Silence in Speech  Part 5:   Rectified

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 3 ...

Jan 30, 2014No Comments

According to Chassidut, the most basic character improvement of a developing leader lies in the area of submission and humility. Paradoxically, the more one is aware

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 12 &#...

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The tradition, handed down by our Sages: "He is the first redeemer, he is the last redeemer" refers to Mashiach, the last redeemer, being the reappearance

Mashiach and Jewish Leadership: Part 13 ...

Jan 30, 2014No Comments

The sefirah (channel of Divine energy or lifeforce) of chochmah and its inner power of selflessness is connected to tiferet and its inner power of compassion, as alluded to in the

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