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Mar
10
revised Conversion: If G-d really wanted me to be a Jew (and observe mitzvot), why was I not born into a Jewish family
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Mar
10
revised Conversion: If G-d really wanted me to be a Jew (and observe mitzvot), why was I not born into a Jewish family
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Mar
10
answered Conversion: If G-d really wanted me to be a Jew (and observe mitzvot), why was I not born into a Jewish family
Mar
9
comment can I still wear my star of david
100% jewish.... chabad.org/theJewishWoman/article_cdo/aid/968282/jewish/…
Mar
8
comment What if our purpose is to be bad?
it's like playing chess with kasparov. even though you have free will, he can pretty much do anything he wants with you
Mar
7
revised What if our purpose is to be bad?
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Mar
7
answered What if our purpose is to be bad?
Mar
7
comment Hashem studies Torah?
Marpe Lenefesh commentary on shaar bechina ch.5: God is not bound to time, all of the past and the future are before Him simultaneously as something in the present. For time is His creation. He was, is, and always will be. And even though we are not capable of understanding this, the verse already says: "For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways, and My thoughts than your thoughts" (Yeshaya 55:9), as the Rambam wrote on the mishna in Rosh Hashana "all are examined in one sweeping look", see there amazing words,
Mar
7
accepted changing one's Hebrew name
Mar
6
comment changing one's Hebrew name
and by himself.
Mar
6
comment changing one's Hebrew name
there is a gemora on yoma where the amoraim deduce that certain people are wicked due to their name having a wicked connotation. perhaps Rabbi Chaim is basing himself on that. my question is what about if someone simply prefers a different name. can he change it to whatever he wants.
Mar
6
asked changing one's Hebrew name
Mar
6
comment Do Animals Have an Afterlife
there is nothing left to reward in the higher worlds, because an animal's body AND soul comes from this world as explained in shaarei kedusha gate 1. when the animal's body dies, its soul dissolves with it. like a fire on a candle wick.
Mar
6
revised Do Animals Have an Afterlife
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Mar
6
comment What's the source that rain is a sign of blessing?
without rain, crops don't grow and people have no food to eat. obvious, no?
Mar
5
comment Why does almost every community say Lecha Dodi?
hashgacha from upstairs
Mar
5
answered Do Animals Have an Afterlife
Mar
4
answered Covering eyes when saying Shema Yisrael
Mar
3
answered Forwarding e-mail
Feb
28
revised How do you quit a pornography habit?
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