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The world was created with ten utterances. What does this come to teach us? Certainly, it could have been created with a single utterance. However, this is in order to make the wicked accountable for destroying a world that was created with ten utterances, and to reward the righteous for sustaining a world that was created with ten utterances. (Ethics of Our Fathers ch.5:1)

The world was created with ten utterances. What does this come to teach us? Certainly, it could have been created with a single utterance. However, this is in order to make the wicked accountable for destroying a world that was created with ten utterances, and to reward the righteous for sustaining a world that was created with ten utterances. (Ethics of Our Fathers ch.5:1)

The Incense Offering - Understanding the Ketoret spices on five levels - The Weekly 613

The Incense Offering - Understanding the Ketoret spices on five levels - The Weekly 613

Parshah Mnemonics: Noach - Decoding the hidden messages - Parshah Mnemonics

Parshah Mnemonics: Noach - Decoding the hidden messages - Parshah Mnemonics

Parshah Mnemonics: Lech-Lecha - Decoding the hidden messages - Parshah Mnemonics

Parshah Mnemonics: Lech-Lecha - Decoding the hidden messages - Parshah Mnemonics

Shulchan Aruch, Din Tefillin Bifratus 25:12 - The Laws of Tefillin in Detail…

Shulchan Aruch, Din Tefillin Bifratus 25:12 - The Laws of Tefillin in Detail…

The idea of a soul returning to this world multiple times is indeed explained in Jewish mysticism. But, how do we reconcile the notion of reincarnation with the soul going to heaven? And how can the same soul be connected with many bodies?

The idea of a soul returning to this world multiple times is indeed explained in Jewish mysticism. But, how do we reconcile the notion of reincarnation with the soul going to heaven? And how can the same soul be connected with many bodies?

As we approach Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, join Rabbi Sacks on an intellectual journey to explore the concept and deep meanings of Teshuvah (repentance).

As we approach Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, join Rabbi Sacks on an intellectual journey to explore the concept and deep meanings of Teshuvah (repentance).

Laws of Mezuzah, Part 2 - Contemporary Halachah and Kitzur Shulchan Aruch - Everyday Halachah

Laws of Mezuzah, Part 2 - Contemporary Halachah and Kitzur Shulchan Aruch - Everyday Halachah

This Talmud course is an in-depth analysis of the various methods of acquisition…

This Talmud course is an in-depth analysis of the various methods of acquisition…

Moses assumed an unusually aggressive position when faced with the mutiny led by the wealthy, arrogant scoundrel Korach. This profound analysis of the classical sources explains why all the drama. The anti-Moses mob’s bitter-end came sooner than expected—as a “ground-breaking” event swiftly swallowed the rebels. This class concludes with the story of”the men who returned from hell” and other little-known fascinating facts and incredible insights that brilliantly illuminate the shadowy abyss…

Moses assumed an unusually aggressive position when faced with the mutiny led by the wealthy, arrogant scoundrel Korach. This profound analysis of the classical sources explains why all the drama. The anti-Moses mob’s bitter-end came sooner than expected—as a “ground-breaking” event swiftly swallowed the rebels. This class concludes with the story of”the men who returned from hell” and other little-known fascinating facts and incredible insights that brilliantly illuminate the shadowy abyss…

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