Rachel

Rachel: Return to Jewish Nature

Oct 21, 2020Comments off

The 11th of Cheshvan can be called “Jewish Mother’s Day” (יוֹם הָאֵם הַיְּהוּדִית). This is the day of passing of our matriarch, Rachel. It is

Divine Providence and the Way We React to I...

Oct 21, 2020Comments off

Direct Light and Reflected Light God creates reality through His speech. He said, “Let there be light!”[1] and light was created. Chassidut teaches us that

From Nothing…

Jun 01, 20112 Comments

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

Waving the Flag of Torah

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

Consummate service of God unites meditation (919), prayer (515), and action (415). They complement one another. Together, 1849 = 43^2. Meditation connects mind to heart.

Rebuilding our Inner and Outer Worlds

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

The Temple Mount’s Western Wall is called the Wailing Wall because people come to pray there and cry. In the future every tear will rejoice.

Complementary Numbers

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

“Love truth and peace” = 853. Mashiach = 358 – two complementary numbers. Light = 207, Shabbat = 702. Shabbat is the day of light.

Jacob, David, their Enemies, and the Mashia...

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

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.

Spiritual Photosynthesis: Torah Color Theor...

Feb 24, 20112 Comments

Photosynthesis harvests the sun’s energy. It is the biological process that transforms light into life. Much can be learnt from it. Both blue and red

Chemistry Lesson

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

The 4 elements of the ancients, fire-air-water-earth, correspond to the 4 modern elements, carbon-oxygen-hydrogen-nitrogen, respectively. The element of earth is the power of growth in

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