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ABRAHAM’S BLESSING VS ISAAC’S BIRTHRIGHT IN THE LIGHT OF CHANUKAH

בס”ד Introduction Abraham’s journey weaves a tale of faith, obedience, and Divine intervention, spotlighting the blessings and birthright. The blessing, a Divine reward, promises patriarch hood and spiritual impact, while the birthright signifies legal entitlement and spiritual dedication. Distinguishing them, the blessing encompasses Divine promises and legacy impact, whereas the… Read More »ABRAHAM’S BLESSING VS ISAAC’S BIRTHRIGHT IN THE LIGHT OF CHANUKAH

CHANUKAH: LESSONS IN RESILIENCE, FAITH AND THE TRIUMPH OF LIGHT

בס”ד Introduction Chanukah, also known as the Festival of Lights, commemorates the historical triumph of the Maccabees over religious oppression and the miraculous eight-day burning of the menorah. This celebration symbolizes resilience, faith, and the enduring spirit of the Jewish people against adversity. Chanukah, the story The story of Chanukah… Read More »CHANUKAH: LESSONS IN RESILIENCE, FAITH AND THE TRIUMPH OF LIGHT

NOAHIDES AND SUKKOT?

בס”ד There are some Jewish holidays that include aspects with universal significance. Noahides are obligated not to observe any of the Jewish holidays as religious obligations, but they are permitted to do some related activities on those days, in recognition of their significance. One of the holidays is Sukkot because… Read More »NOAHIDES AND SUKKOT?

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

בס”ד Cultivating Wholeness Through Mussar Practice Day 1-3: Choosing a Character Trait (Middah): Select one character trait (middah) from the provided list that you wish to work on over the next 20 days. Reflect on why you chose this trait and how it relates to your journey toward wholeness. Day… Read More »PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

PARSHAT VAYEILACH – DAYS OF AWE: I’M SORRY

בס”ד Parshat Vayeilech is frequently combined with Parshat Nitzavim. And the Days of Awe occur between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur; for Noahides, this might be extended until the last day of Sukkot. Still, I’d like to combine it into this blog. וְאָנֹכִ֗י הַסְתֵּ֨ר אַסְתִּ֤יר פָּנַי֙ בַּיּ֣וֹם הַה֔וּא עַ֥ל כׇּל־הָרָעָ֖ה… Read More »PARSHAT VAYEILACH – DAYS OF AWE: I’M SORRY