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September 4, 2015 | 20 Elul, 5775
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Ki Tavo - When You Enter

We also learn from this reading the importance of taking physical action. G-d, through Moses, directs the Israelites to physically bring a basket of the first fruits to the Holy Temple - not to merely say thanks for the blessing. By taking action in our lives we become further connected to the Light and more empowered than when using words alone. ...

by Richard Swerdlow on Aug 30 - 07:08 pm UTC

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L'ag B'Omer - Connect to the Wisdom and Light of the Zohar

L'ag B'Omer is considered a day of great joy and an opportunity to connect to the Light of the Zohar. ...

by Richard Swerdlow on May 07 - 04:05 pm UTC

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The Best Challah!

Bake the best - and connect to the spiritual energy of Challah. ...

by Richard Swerdlow on Jun 29 - 07:06 pm UTC

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The concept of “keeping” Shabbat is though out the Torah, but is specifically revealed the three initial times times it is mentioned. We see it in the first portion of the Torah, Bereshit (Genesis 2:1) where we read that following the act of Creation, “G-d rested on the seventh day from all His work, which He had […]