This story has many versions, but the basic outline is generally the same.
There once was a rabbi in Tzfat (Safed) who gave a sermon about the loaves of bread in the tabernacle. 586 more words
Yesterday was the Jewish holiday, Lag BaOmer. This holiday commemorates the death of the sage and mystic, Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, who who lived in the second century of the common era, and was the first to publicly teach the mystical dimension of the Torah known as the “Kabbalah.” He is the author of the basic work of Kabbalah, the Zohar. 773 more words
Shalom everyone! The following is a lecture, given by Rabbi Chaim Richman of the Noahide World Center, in which he discusses Kabbalah, the mystical side of… 89 more words
Launching his new, two-volume series, Nefesh HaTzimtzum, Avinoam Fraenkel talks about philosophical and Kabbalistic topics that have been questioned for centuries. Nefesh HaTzimtzum is a comprehensive and accessible presentation of 138 more words