What is Kabbalah?

Kabbalah means “reception or to receive.” It is the ancient Jewish wisdom which teaches the deepest insights into the essence of G‑d, His interaction with the world, and the purpose of Creation. The Kabbalah and its teachings – no less than the Law – are an integral part of the Torah. They are traced back to the revelation to Moses at Sinai, and some of them even before. The Kabbalah itself teaches that its study is an important method for helping to advance the final redemption and perfection of the world.

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What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

 Yesterday, we discussed the importance of clothing in the story of Purim, as well as the custom of wearing costumes on this holiday.

However, when discussing the Kabbalah we always keep in mind that there is both the physical...

What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

 Yesterday, we discussed the importance of clothing in the story of Purim, as well as the custom of wearing costumes on this holiday.

However, when discussing the Kabbalah we always keep in mind that there is both the physical...

What are you wearing for Purim?

What are you wearing this Purim?


 Purim a holiday where we celebrate once again the deliverance of the Jewish people from an enemy that wanted to destroy us is celebrated with parties, and drinking, and most importantly costumes. However, there is no text that...

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We have been discussing the month of Adar and all that is connected with it. In addition to what we have already mentioned, the Second Temple was dedicated in the month of Adar according to Ezra 6. Both the Mishkah and the Temple were where the spiritual realm touched...

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n honor of the Yahrtzeit of the Holy Tzadik Rabbi Yisrael Abuchatzeirah, otherwise known as the Baba Sali (Our praying father), here is anamazing story on the power of Emunah and Prayer as heard from R' Moshe Aharon Stern of Jerusalem: There was once a simple Israeli...

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What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

 Yesterday, we discussed the importance of clothing in the story of Purim, as well as the custom of wearing costumes on this holiday.

However, when discussing the Kabbalah we always keep in mind that there is both the physical...

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What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

 Yesterday, we discussed the importance of clothing in the story of Purim, as well as the custom of wearing costumes on this holiday.

However, when discussing the Kabbalah we always keep in mind that there is both the physical...

read more

What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

 Yesterday, we discussed the importance of clothing in the story of Purim, as well as the custom of wearing costumes on this holiday.

However, when discussing the Kabbalah we always keep in mind that there is both the physical...

read more

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What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

What are you wearing for Purim? Part 2

 Yesterday, we discussed the importance of clothing in the story of Purim, as well as the custom of wearing costumes on this holiday.

However, when discussing the Kabbalah we always keep in mind that there is both the physical...

What are you wearing for Purim?

What are you wearing this Purim?


 Purim a holiday where we celebrate once again the deliverance of the Jewish people from an enemy that wanted to destroy us is celebrated with parties, and drinking, and most importantly costumes. However, there is no text that...

The Mishkan

We have been discussing the month of Adar and all that is connected with it. In addition to what we have already mentioned, the Second Temple was dedicated in the month of Adar according to Ezra 6. Both the Mishkah and the Temple were where the spiritual realm touched...

The Holy Baba Sali

n honor of the Yahrtzeit of the Holy Tzadik Rabbi Yisrael Abuchatzeirah, otherwise known as the Baba Sali (Our praying father), here is anamazing story on the power of Emunah and Prayer as heard from R' Moshe Aharon Stern of Jerusalem: There was once a simple Israeli...

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