“In the place where returnees to Judaism stand, even completely righteous Tzaddikim cannot stand”…
In this week’s video about the Torah portion, Meir Elkabas discusses the meaning of the Kabbalistic sefira, malchut, keter, the Sabbatical year and the Jubilee, the 50th Gate, a deeper level of emunah, charging interest and views towards money, following torah through mitzvah observance, curses, being joyful, and more.
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Series: Human Self-Creation and the Kabbalah of Rebbe Nachman with Mordechai Kaufman
It’s not difficult to argue that today’s materialism is out of control. We are barraged with increasingly sophisticated attempts to convince us that more is better and having the best is a necessity. There is a pervasive, even reflexive belief that we are defined by the ways in which we express and fulfill our materialistic desires. The near-Universal lust for money blocks our ability to grasp the reality of Divine Providence. This is our present-day idolatry.