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Following The Path To Redemption -- One Small Step At A Time

04.16.2012
Passover is important, but Passover is incomplete. In celebrating our freedom, we celebrate our ability to enjoy life, one precious day...

Gevurah: The Center Of All Possible Feelings

04.15.2012
Gevurah, which means strength, encourages us to attend not only to the forms of our feelings, but also to the universal energy that all...

The Shunnamite: Majesty Within Love

04.15.2012
The Shunammite (a woman of the town of Shunem) is a wealthy married woman living in the time of the kings of Israel and Judah. She does...

Crossing The Sea On The Seventh Day Of Pesach

04.12.2012
Every person at some point has a vision of what they would like to accomplish in life, what their true beliefs are and what their innate...

Counting The Days, Up Or Down: Cancer Patients Count The Omer

04.12.2012
By Benjamin W. Corn Tablet Magazine The mitzvah of Sefirat HaOmer, or counting the Omer -- the 49 days from the second day of Passover...

Do-overs: Netzach Means Learning From Mistakes

04.11.2012
What can we learn from the fact that Moses put the broken tablets into the Ark along with the new tablets? We move on from our mistakes,...

Tiferet Of Chesed: Jump Into The Moment, Listen For The Command

04.10.2012
There are so many ways to be present for someone, and different situations require us to show up in a wide variety of ways.

Passover 2012: How I Stayed Connected Via Instagram (PHOTOS)

04. 9.2012
I've been on Instagram for months, but had never felt more engaged on this social network than during Passover.

Counting The Omer: Awakening From Above, Awakening From Below

04. 9.2012
When trying to understand the significance of the counting of the Omer, we can ask the following question: Why do we count up from one...

The Deep Significance Of Counting The Omer

04. 8.2012
The Omer marks the 50 days traveling the desert from Egypt to Sinai. It also marks the wave offering of the Temple on the second day of...
What Is Passover? (No, Seriously)

What Is Passover? (No, Seriously)

04. 6.2012
You’ve probably seen foods labeled “Kosher for Passover,” but may not know much else about it, leaving you to stare at a cereal box...
What Blacks Can Learn From Jews - Pt. 1

What Blacks Can Learn From Jews - Pt. 1

04. 6.2012
The Black Pearls Living blog is based on the best-selling series of books written by Eric V. Copage, an independent journalist living in...

What Is The Counting Of The Omer?

04. 6.2012
For the Kabbalists, the Counting of the Omer became a time of spiritual exploration and cleansing, a way for us to prepare our souls to...

The Ghosts of Seders Past

04. 6.2012
Passover is still the most widely observed holiday on the Jewish calendar with 92 percent of Jews participating. It's like salmon swimming...
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