19-28. … so the maintenance of this sanctity throughout the years during which the home is built and the future brought into the world depends on the constant purity of the family and the partners who create it. It is instructive that Jewish women throughout the centuries took the lead. the niddah laws, the zavah […]Read More "The Chumash Leviticus 15"
4. the cedar symbolizes haughtiness. Crimson thread and hyssop symbolize the penitent’s new found humility. 14. ear … the thumb … the big toe. .. blood is placed on these three body parts to symbolize that henceforth the metzora must improve himself in mind (ear), deed (thumb, representing action), and effort (big toe, representing forward […]Read More "The Chumash Leviticus 14"
To spill the tea you have some news/gossip for someone ex. amongst your family, I know that my family, they like to spill the tea on each other. So let’s say that you found out something shocking about your aunt, your aunt’s husband tells your dad, and then he tells your mom. Your mom walked […]Read More "English Learning – Modern Slang Words"
Foreword Whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap. matter into molecules, molecules into atoms, atoms into energy. Sir Ambrose Fleming said, “In its ultimate essence, energy may be incomprehensible by us except as an exhibition of the direct operation of that which we call Mind or Will.” uncertainty and caprice reason and certitude […]Read More "Master Key System Chapter 1-3"
Leviticus 11: The laws of kashrus In vs 43-45 the Torah stresses the reason for kashrus in very clear and powerful terms: by observing these laws the Jew can pull himself up the ladder of holiness; by ignoring them, he not only contaminates himself, he gradually builds a barrier that blocks out his comprehension of […]Read More "The Chumash Leviticus 11"