From the Garden of Eden to Mashiach

Oct 19, 2022Comments off

The story of Adam, Eve, and the primordial snake in the Garden of Eden sets the stage for all human history. In this short article,

War and Peace: A Meditation on Psalms 27

Sep 14, 2022Comments off

From the beginning of the month of Elul until the end of the festival of Sukkot, we add Psalms chapter 27 to two of our

Rabbi Meir of Premishlan: The Clouds and t...

May 24, 2022Comments off

Rabbi Meir of Premishlan was born in 5540 (1780) to Rabbi Aharon Aryeh Leib, one of the sons of the great Rabbi Meir of Premishlan,

The Ascent of Humanity: Part 2

Feb 03, 2022Comments off

Click here for Part 1 of this article The Ladder of Human Ascent The Fourth Revolution requires a graded ladder upon which all of humanity

The Ascent of Humanity: Part 1

Jan 28, 2022Comments off

Click here for Part 2 of this article   Is Torah relevant to non-Jews? The world is one large global village. The world marketplace of

Q&A: Don't Blame Others

Oct 14, 2020Comments off

Q: How do we repent for the Sin of the Tree of Knowledge? A: Adam blamed Eve for the sin, as is written in the

Observing Shabbat

Jul 22, 20112 Comments

Shabbat in relation to the weekdays is as sight to hearing. Throughout the week Divine vibrations fill my heart. On Shabbat I see Godliness. In

The First Ten Questions

Jun 06, 20111 Comment

Questions come from doubt. Doubt comes from sin. Sin comes from illusion. The Torah was given to save us from false illusions. Illusion is in

Fleeing from God

Jun 03, 20111 Comment

An angel asked Hagar, Sarai's maid, "where are you coming from and where are you going?" She answered, "I'm fleeing from Sarai my mistress" ("אֵי

The Evolution of Where

May 31, 20114 Comments

There are three forms of the question "where?" in Biblical Hebrew. They first appear in the Torah in evolving order, both grammatically and numerically. The first