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