True Kabbalah – 29h Kislev, 5773

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TORAH

Regarding the fact that the Avos (patriarchs) were shepherds

-Avraham, Yitzchak and Yaakov (Abraham, Isaac, & Jacob) were all shepherds, so were many other great leaders. (Moshe, David)

-All these people had money to hire workers.

-They chose to do so they could meditate.

-This would allow them to stay out for days at a time.

-Air in the fields was clear.

-Praying and meditating among grass and trees works better then in the city.

-All the angels appointed on the grass come and join the prayers.
(Medrish Talpiyot branch of Avos)

Source: TrueKabbalah.org

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True Kabbalah – 28th Kislev, 5773

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TORAH

Avraham was High Priest

-There are certain rectifications that could only be done by someone with the position of high priest.

-At every period in time there is one person who represents the concept of high priest and can do these rectification.

-The height of these rectifications was done, when the high priest was able to do his work in the temple.

-Adom originally had this as part of his job. Eventually it got passed down to Noach who gave it to his son Shem.

-After the war of the four kings Malki Tzedek (Shem) came to greet Avraham.

-He made a mistake of putting Avroham before G-D, the position got taken away from him.

Source: TrueKabbalah.org

True Kabbalah – 27th Kislev, 5773

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Reward for Mitzvah, why it doesn’t happen.

-This means, as a general rule it will happen, however there are exceptions.

-The systems of reward and judgment are very complex, there are many different factors.

-If everything is in place it will happen, this is normally the case.

-There are also many levels in doing something, this includes effort and how a person does a deed.

-Do not wonder if someone does a mitzvah but does not receive the reward.

-However even if one does not get the prescribed reward, the deed does not go to waste, it will still serve him in time of need.

-(Medrish Talpiyot- Ot-Alef)

Source: TrueKabbalah.org

Have a wonderful Shabbat Mevarchim! – 24th Kislev, 5773

The Holy One, blessed be He,

said to Moses,

“I have a precious gift

in My treasure house,

called the Sabbath,

and desire to give it to Israel;

go and inform them.”
(Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbath, 10b)

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Have a wonderful Shabbat! – 17th Kislev, 5773

The Holy One, blessed be He,

said to Moses,

“I have a precious gift

in My treasure house,

called the Sabbath,

and desire to give it to Israel;

go and inform them.”
(Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbath, 10b)

Welcoming the shabbat!
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Have a wonderful Shabbat!

Have a wonderful Shabbat! – 10th Kislev, 5773

The Holy One, blessed be He,

said to Moses,

“I have a precious gift

in My treasure house,

called the Sabbath,

and desire to give it to Israel;

go and inform them.”
(Babylonian Talmud, Tractate Shabbath, 10b)


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Have a wonderful Shabbat!