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Rabbi Ari Kahn

Liminality

October 2, 2017, by

lim·i·nal ˈlimənl/ adjective technical adjective: liminal 1. of or relating to a transitional or initial stage of a process. 2. occupying a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold. limen |ˈlīmən| noun (plural limens or limina |ˈlimənə| ) Psychology a threshold below which a stimulus is not perceived or is not […]

“And though the holes were rather small…”

September 21, 2015, by

In a daring and optimistic passage, the rabbis describe the Divine assistance 1 received by those who make even the smallest gesture of repentance: Yassa said: The Holy One, blessed be He, said to Israel: My children, make for Me an opening of repentance no bigger than the point of a needle, and I will […]

And God Said, “I Am Sorry”

April 29, 2014, by

Every spring, a number of days of commemoration are observed. Yom HaShoah and Yom HaZikaron, established by the government of Israel, are days in which we honor the memory of the fallen – first for the victims of the Holocaust and then for those who gave their lives to create and defend the State of […]

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