Torah is not in heaven – it is in your mouth and in your heart to do it. Ibn Ezra explains the heart is essential for Jewish practice.
Hebrew words often defaults to masculine. Abraham ibn Ezra clarifies that women generously and skililfully contributed to the Mishkan as well.
God declares, “I am the Lord in the midst of the land!” Abraham ibn Ezra explores the idea of being in the center, and M.C. Richards talks about centering.
Judah approaches Joseph, in defense of Benjamin. How does Judah’s approach transcend the danger and become a spiritual model for human connection?
Reb Zalman died a few years ago, but his impact on the Jewish world has not ceased. I first started…