Each month of the year is associated with a sense. The sense of the month of Tamuz is sight. The month of Tamuz is the
In Hebrew, the question “where [am I/are you] from?” (מאין) contains the answer. “Where from?” literally reads “from nothing.” The first appearance in the Torah
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
The pit was empty, no water, but full of snakes and scorpions. The pit is the mind, water – Torah, snakes and scorpions – bad
Torah is the blueprint of reality. Blue is the color of the sea, the sky, and the Throne of Glory. White – transcendence, blue –
One of the objectives of studying Kabbalah is to rectify, broaden, and mature our associative power of imagination. So do we witness unity. To recognize
God saved Jacob from his father-in-law Lavan, his brother Esau, and his “son-in-law” Shechem (his daughter’s rapist), three generations. Jacob is the all-inclusive Jewish soul.
God created all of us; He put us here, and gave us free choice. Let’s ask Him to look over us and protect us from
In Kabbalah, to live is to be on the move. Life is defined as movement. Movement originates in the mind, physically manifesting in the eyes.
“The tzadik falls seven times and rises.” Each fall is for the sake of an additional rise. After each fall you get a raise. After