parshat Noach

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Noach is fascinating: Small name but huge story; the original Castaway; a Robinson Crusoe & a Dr. Doolittle; survivor, sailor, ship-builder, zoo-keeper all in one.
  • A whole new world
    The world changed after the Deluge. Ours can as well.
  • Flooding lessons
    In books of Chassidus (Tzidkat Hatzadik 107, Torah Ohr Parshat Noach) the Mabul is described as one great 'Mikve' (ritual bath).
  • Lawlessness
    What does the case of the Mishnah, going back on one’s word have to do with the Flood? An insight may be found in the Talmud Yerushalmi.
  • The Dove, The Olive Branch & The Land of Israel
    A surprising symbolism of the dove and the olive branch in this week's Parshat Noah.
  • Beyond Nature
    Are we naturally good or naturally bad? On this, great minds have argued for a very long time indeed.
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    The Flood and the Tower
    The Sin of the Generation of the Flood symbolizes the world's drive to satisfy its base physical desires, while that of the Generation of the Tower of Babel represents spiritual rebellion and denial of God's rule in the world.
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    Beyond Nature
    Are we naturally good or naturally bad? On this, great minds have argued for a very long time indeed.
  • The Lonely Men of Faith
    Noach is fascinating: Small name but huge story; the original Castaway; a Robinson Crusoe & a Dr. Doolittle; survivor, sailor, ship-builder, zoo-keeper all in one.
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    Israel’s Uniqueness Source
    It is impossible to claim that humankind is one. It contains various shades. Various opposing forces. "And I will make of you a great nation." It is not that we make ourselves great. God makes us great.
  • Catch The Wind
    If we have a spirit inside us, why don't we see it?
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