The Wisdom of Kabbalah – 15th Tevet, 5771

Kabbalah for the Student

Kabbalists Write about the Wisdom of Kabbalah.

    Had my people heeded me in this generation, when heresy is increasing, they would have studied The Book of Zohar and the Tikkunim (corrections), and contemplated them with nine-year-old children.

–Rav Yitzhak Yehudah Yehiel of Komarno,
Notzer Hesed (Keeping Mercy), Chapter 4, Teaching 4


Daily Kabbalah Lesson – Video

Kabbalah Moments
A video clip from Dr. Michael Laitman’s daily Kabbalah Lesson.


Daily Zohar Lesson – Video

Unlocking The Zohar
A video clip from Dr. Michael Laitman’s daily Zohar Lesson.


Sayings – 15th Tevet, 5771

Sayings of the Sages


The Messiah sits at the gate to Jerusalem and awaits people worthy of redemption. He is fettered, and he needs whole people to untie his chains. He has had more than his fill of pious adherents; now he is fervently seeking men of truth.

–From the sayings of The Rabbi of Kotzk,
There Is None So Whole as a Broken Heart, p 115

Joke of the day – 15th Tevet, 5771

“Rabbi Goldblatt,” announced little Joey, “there’s something I can’t figure out.” “What’s that, Joey?” asked the rabbi. “Well, according to the Bible, the Children of Israel crossed the Red Sea, right?” “Right.” “And the Children of Israel beat up the Philistines, right?” “Er, right.” “And the Children of Israel built the Temple, right?” “Again you’re right.” “And the Children of Israel fought the Egyptians, and the Children of Israel fought the Romans, and the Children of Israel were always doing something important, right?” “All that is right, too,” agreed Rabbi Goldblatt. “So what’s your question?” “What were all the grown-ups doing?”