The two kidneys embody active and passive trust in God, taking initiative and relying solely on God. More generally, the endocrine and immune systems correspond
In Kabbalah, the left line is "short" at the bottom but "sweet" at the top – short and sweet. "Short," 390 = 15 times 26.
Sukot is "the time of our joy" – our joy in God and God's joy in us. God loves all of His creation but He
When preparing a mitzvah, e.g., building a sukah, we bless God in our heart. When performing the mitzvah, we bless God with our mouth. Sitting
Yom Kippur is taking a day off from this world and its indulgences in order to visit another world, a world of peace and beauty
Keter: To believe in God is not just to believe that He exists but to create a covenant with Him, to work together with Him