The 3 basic nutrients are carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. Spiritually, they correspond to acts of kindness, prayer, and Torah study. The Torah describes the most
The prophet says that when God will return to Zion we will see Him "eye to eye," which reads literally "eye in eye." In the
Many scientists today are asking "what happened before the big bang?" In Kabbalah we learn that before real time there was "order of times." The
Maimonides disagrees with Plato and Aristotle regarding the origin of the world. He speaks of the view of Moses in contrast to the other two.
"You [God] have formed me back and front." In Tanya we learn that the back of Divine wisdom is science and the front is Torah.
Trial and error is the foundation of modern science. In Torah as well we must adopt an approach of trial and error to reach new
In the first account of creation the Torah describes man's creation ex-nihilo. In the second account the Torah describes man's formation. The Arizal says that
"God formed man dust from the earth and blew into his nostrils a breath of life." In forming man God was first a potter then
The present can be seen as the end of the past or as the beginning of the future. Are we on the threshold of the
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