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1. How to Become a Rabbi: A Three Step Guide
October 16, 2013

There are many important steps in becoming a Rabbi, with the most important being a great desire to undertake the responsibility. If becoming a Rabbi is something that you are interested in knowing more about, read on for three important steps you will need to take. 1: Follow the Jewish Faith In order to be a Rabbi, you must be Jewish or convert to Judaism. A Rabbi must know the Jewish faith well, as well as the rituals within it. If you are converting to Judaism, keep in mind the process can take several years, so you will need time and patience. Be aware that there are different br... (read more)

Author: Aliver Maknaj

2. Why Was There an Exile after the Ruin of the Second Temple?
September 02, 2013

The Ruin of the Second Temple Stemmed from Unfounded Hatred The exile after the ruin of the Second Temple stemmed from unfounded hatred, but it also served a twofold purpose. The first was that the exile was an incentive to further develop the correction method. Since Moses' Torah no longer sufficed to maintain the nation's spiritual level, it was time to "upgrade" the method. The second purpose of the exile was for Israel to mingle with the nations, to spread the "spiritual gene" throughout the world, and thus enable the correction of the whole of humanity, as Abraham initially in... (read more)

Author: Mark Z.

3. What Is The Meaning Of Genesis (Beresheet) In The Bible?
August 29, 2013

"In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was unformed and void, and darkness was upon the face of the deep; and the spirit of God hovered over the face of the waters." An Adventure for those Who Ask If you are still satisfied with the pleasures of this world, then go ahead and enjoy music, art, and any other delight this world can offer. But if you want to attain the spiritual world, you should be concerned with something altogether different--you need the Creator. If you need answers to questions that will not leave you alone, if you want to know why ... (read more)

Author: Mark Z.

4. Torah Classes: Why You Should Sign Up and Attend
August 26, 2013

Faith is an important part of many people's lives. Faith has the ability to get us through some of the most difficult times in our lives and makes the good times even more pleasurable and even more of a gift when you understand just how good you have it. If you are Jewish or you want to become Jewish, you need to really understand your faith. Taking classes can help you really understand what your faith is all about and what it really means to be Jewish. Torah classes have been around for ages, just as classes for understanding have been held in just about every religion. The classes ... (read more)

Author: Aliver Maknaj

5. Kabbalah: A Scientific Method to Discover the Source of Our Existence
August 22, 2013

The ancient wisdom of Kabbalah is a scientific method, helping people of our times to discover the single force that created reality. This method uses a special language using the names of our well known corporeal world to connect to the Upper Reality. Using this language and the written sources with the right intention we can ascend to our root right here, right now. Abraham's Method for the Modern Man More than 5,000 years ago in Mesopotamia, a place that gave rise to many of today's civilizations, there lived a man called Abraham. Nearly all religions and spiritual factions recogn... (read more)

Author: Mark Z.

6. What Does The Torah Mean By 'Evil Inclination'?
August 15, 2013

The Evil Inclination Is Born with Man "The evil inclination is born with man, and grows with him his whole life." ( Midrash Tehilim [Psalms], Psalm no. 34 ) "The inclination in a man's heart is evil from his youth, and always grows in all the lusts." ( Rabbi Chaim Thirer, A Well of Living Waters, Toldot [Generations], Chapter 25) However, Moses' method of correction, the laws which we call "the Torah," remained intact through the first, and second Temples, and even through the exile in Babel. A Man's Heart Is Evil from His Youth This arouses the need for "equivalence of for... (read more)

Author: Mark Z.

7. The Jews' Redemption: Blissful or Painful?
August 12, 2013

The state of complete redemption - the attainment of the Creator by all of humanity - is mandatory. Baal HaSulam says that there are two ways by which we can achieve it, a way of Torah, when we voluntarily adopt the law of bestowal as our way of life, and a way of suffering, whereby reality compels us to nevertheless adopt the law of bestowal as our way of life. If Israel Repent, They Are Redeemed As compulsory as the words of these two contemporary sages may sound, they rest on a sound basis. The Talmud writes: "Rabbi Eliezer says, 'If Israel repent, they are redeemed. If not, th... (read more)

Author: Mark Z.

8. The Creator Has But One Desire: To Do Good To His Creations
July 22, 2013

Because We Currently Have No Perception of Him, We Cannot Receive From Him When we want to give a present to a friend, we approach that friend and give it. There must be contact between the giver and the receiver. Just so, for Him to give to us, the Creator and Creation must connect. And upon connection, Kabbalist Yehuda Ashlag (Baal HaSulam) writes: "One feels the wonderful benefit contained in the Thought of Creation, which is to delight His creatures with His full, good, and generous hand. Because of the abundance of benefit that one attains, wondrous love appears between a person an... (read more)

Author: Mark Z.

9. Kabbalah: The Torah of Redemption Within the Torah of Exile
July 16, 2013

Two Roads Divide in the Exile's Woods -- By Double Entendre The authors of the Mishnah, the Gemarah, and the rest of the writings of our sages provided the exiled people of Israel with guidance on both the spiritual and the physical levels. The writings narrate spiritual states, but are as readily perceived as physical commandments. The Kabbalists Kept the High Road While We Took the Low Road Because the laws that our sages instructed originated from spiritual laws, they were applicable in physical life, just as Israel had applied them prior to the ruin of the Temple. In this wa... (read more)

Author: Mark Z.

10. Arba minim - qualities to be checked before buying
July 04, 2013

Arba Minim has significant connections with the Jewish tradition. It is a set of four plants- Esrog, lulav, hadas and arava which are cited in the Torah and are immensely related to Sukkot, one of the mandated festivals for Jews, Hebrews and Israelites. The Karaite Jews use the entire four plants to form their Sukkot while Talmudic Jews use three different varieties of branches and a single kind of fruit which they hold together and wave during the Sukkot. However the four species are of great relevance to fulfill the good deed. Arba Minim must be taken on the opening day of Sukkos and it... (read more)

Author: Myesrog Brown

11. Discussion on 'Jewish Culture in this Poland' at Clark temple
July 02, 2013

Discussion on 'Jewish Culture in this Poland' at Clark temple medical professional. Agi Legutko will comment on Culture in Today Poland: An Appropriation or a New start point? On wednesday, jan. The lecture is free and open to the population. Alight your morning meal will be served,/p> the diet plan is the yearly Edith and Mark Lief Memorial Lecture and Breakfast. the particular Liefs, Holocaust heirs, Were beloved longtime members of Temple Beth O Torah,/p> The Holocaust put an end to a flourishing Jewish community in Poland, Which until the Second battle, Had been the number o... (read more)

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12. What is social responsibility, and what is the social responsibility of business?
March 27, 2013

Rabbi Hillel, a famous Jewish religious leader and a contemporary of Jesus Christ, was once challenged by a Gentile who asked him to recite the Torah while standing on one foot. Rabbi Hillel calmly said, “That which is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow. This is the whole truth of Torah; the rest is all commentary, now go and learn it.” This is also the essence of social responsibility. Organizations and people should behave ethically and be sensitive towards cultural, economic, social, and environmental issues. In the modern world this is the definition of social responsibility. Wh... (read more)

Author: CSR Hub

13. A trusted Jewish center can help solidify your faith in Judaism
March 06, 2013

There is no denying that Chabad-Lubavitch is a strong philosophy and a movement that is part of the Jewish community. Jews all over the world consider it to be an integral part of their lives. “Chabad" is a Hebrew acronym for three intellectual faculties of: chachmah-wisdom, binah-comprehension and da'at-knowledge. The organization’s structure of Jewish religious philosophy is the innermost dimension of G-d's Torah and it imparts understanding and recognition of the ‘Creator’, the role and purpose of ‘Creation’, and the significance and distinct mission of each Creature. It is this very philos... (read more)

Author: michael hurly

14. School Expenses Promotes Creative Questioning
February 28, 2013

Typically the Hillel Jewish finding out is based on the basic process of torah mishamayim. The Hillel program is seated by the three primary concepts Torah, Avodah or a Prayer and Gimilut Chassadim or Non-profit organization.Recent I said, "Do not make a business or company plan, use your favorite instincts and software jewelry business as you wish". However, if you are going to work in the free manner Additionally recommend you cheaply invest in manually and talents. Do not cash.Economic success Leaves A Trail is the new website which boasts been developed founded on the regarding principles... (read more)

Author: Albin Morris

15. Schindler's List
February 27, 2013

Some conclude that the typical German citizen experienced no knowledge of the dying camps and gas chambers, professing that standard wisdom suggests that a community that was conscious would in no way have permitted the Holocaust to come about. Others cite Hitler's open public statements of his hatred and pure disdain for the Jews, as nicely as his intentions soon after achieving energy, as evidence that the Nazi plan of extermination was never consciously hid from the folks of Germany. A single thing that seems clear is that the whole of the German government, as properly as recognized and in... (read more)

Author: Edwardo Krag

16. From Mystical Kabbalah to Mystical Jewelry
January 31, 2013

The Kabbalah is a system of Jewish mysticism that dates as far back as ancient Sumer. In Hebrew, the root word for Kabbalah means “to receive sacred teachings”. Among these essential sacred teachings include the belief that the patterns that dictate how the universe works are the very same patterns that can be found in the deepest recesses of a man’s soul. Kabbalah and its teachings are a fundamental part of the Torah. Torah, of divine origin and given to Israel at Sinai determines what is considered authentic mysticism for the Jewish people. It is a study of the Divinity of God and His r... (read more)

Author: David W

17. Stregnthen your belief in Judaism with a Jewish center
January 28, 2013

Chabad-Lubavitch is a philosophy, a movement and an organization which is considered to be the most dynamic force in Jewish life today.The word "Chabad" is a Hebrew acronym for the three intellectual faculties of: chachmah-wisdom, binah-comprehension and da'at-knowledge. The movement's system of Jewish religious philosophy, the deepest dimension of G-d's Torah, imparts understanding and recognition of the ‘Creator’, the role and purpose of ‘Creation’, and the significance and distinct mission of each Creature. This philosophy teaches a person to refine and govern his or her every act and feeli... (read more)

Author: Roney disuja

18. Stregnthen your belief in Judaism with a Jewish center
January 21, 2013

Chabad-Lubavitch is a philosophy, a movement and an organization which is considered to be the most dynamic force in Jewish life today.The word "Chabad" is a Hebrew acronym for the three intellectual faculties of: chachmah-wisdom, binah-comprehension and da'at-knowledge. The movement's system of Jewish religious philosophy, the deepest dimension of G-d's Torah, imparts understanding and recognition of the ‘Creator’, the role and purpose of ‘Creation’, and the significance and distinct mission of each Creature. This philosophy teaches a person to refine and govern his or her every act and fee... (read more)

Author: rocky samule

19. Bat Mitzvah - Celebrate It In Style
December 20, 2012

Bat Mitzvah is a very important occasion and is celebrated in a grand way. The party is planned keeping in mind the taste of the girl for whom the party is planned and all her friends and family members are the part of this great festivity. Invites are important for any party and so when planning Bat Mitzvah the invite should be proper too. There are plenty of options that can be chosen like postcard theme, water color cards, cards with moons and stars over it which is symbolic of eternal beauty and grace. The invites should be selected keeping the choice of child in mind. Bat Mitzvah Inv... (read more)

Author: alora white

20. High Quality Kippot To Elegance Every Occasion
October 08, 2012

Kippah is a Hebrew sound which means a cranium cap. This cap is frequently used by jewish gentlemen or boys. It is also used by women in some conventional societies. Kippah Los Angeles is used according to jewish spiritual law. According to rule a jewish man must wrap his cranium while remembering God's name, praying or declaiming Torah in a synagogue. There are many other clarifications for wearing it. According to kabbalistic ritual, a man must cover his cranium like God is layering us with his strong palm. Wearing of it also indicates that God rules over all mankind. Kippah is planned in a... (read more)

Author: Jacob Michle

21. Arba minim - qualities to be checked before buying
September 11, 2012

Arba Minim has significant connections with the Jewish tradition. It is a set of four plants- Esrog, lulav, hadas and arava which are cited in the Torah and are immensely related to Sukkot, one of the mandated festivals for Jews, Hebrews and Israelites. The Karaite Jews use the entire four plants to form their Sukkot while Talmudic Jews use three different varieties of branches and a single kind of fruit which they hold together and wave during the Sukkot. However the four species are of great relevance to fulfill the good deed. Arba Minim must be taken on the opening day of Sukkos and it... (read more)

Author: Myesrog Brown

22. The Things You Should Know Pertaining To Jewish Catering
August 24, 2012

Almost all non Jewish people don't know Jewish cuisine. What they truly don't understand is that the kind of food which is consumed by Jews has to be prepared based on the laws and customs that are stated in the Torah . We're now going to view a few factors that distinguish Jewish catering from standard catering for non-believers . Type Of Meat Offered Jewish catering only utilizes kosher meat. Kosher meat is meat which is derived from mammals and birds which have been slaughtered according to Jewish nutritional regulations documented in Deut 12:21; 14:21 and Num 11:22. The meat is slaughtered... (read more)

Author: Tray Colt

23. You can get best quality Kippah at reasonable price
August 07, 2012

A Kippah, also known as Kipa is possibly the mainly identifiable blot of a Jewish being. Sometimes It is also shabby by the Jewish women of the reorganization and traditional communities during the entreaty. The material and the shade of Kippah establish to be a mark of loyalty to a precise Jewish sacred association. Wearing it is as well a signal of admiration. As supposed by the Jewish regulation, a man has to drape his cranium though praying, or remembering the God's first name, or narrating Torah in any synagogue. In the conventional and improvement communities, the norm of wearing a Kipp... (read more)

Author: Peter Bailey

24. The Jewish Coming of Age Ritual or Bar Mitzvah
July 23, 2012

The Bar Mitzvah, which is also known in Hebrew as the ?? ?????, is the Jewish Coming of age ritual for boys. The word originates from Jewish Aramaic and can very loosely be translated into “a son who is subject to the law” in English. Jewish Law According to Jewish rabbinical (religious) law, when a male child who is part of the Jewish faith turns 13 he then becomes accountable for his actions and is seen as Bar Mitzvah. This now means that the boy is old enough to be subject to all Jewish law because he is old enough to understand the Jewish Torah. This effectively means that in th... (read more)

Author: Brian Thomas

25. The Hamsa Symbol and Its Uses
July 12, 2012

The Hamsa is a Middle Eastern symbol that also appears in Muslim and Jewish cultures. “Hamsa” is actually the Arabic word for five, and this name is used by Israeli Jews and Arabian Muslims. Five represents the fifth letter “Heh” of the Hebrew alphabet which in turn represents one of the holy names of God. For the Sunnis, it represents the Five Pillars of Islam and for the Shi’ites, the Five People of the Cloak. The Hebrew “Hamesh” also stands for five and symbolizes the Five Books of the Torah. Other names for this symbol are Chamsa, Khamsa, “Hand of Miriam” in Jewish cultures, “Hand of Fa... (read more)

Author: David W

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