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Beliefs & Practices, Jewish Ethics, Jewish Thought, Mysticism
This phrase with kabbalistic roots has come to connote social justice.
Beliefs & Practices, Jewish Thought
In contemporary Jewish thought.
In contemporary parlance, tikkun olam refers to repairing the earthly world in which we live but in Luria's teachings, complete tikkun would undo the world we know.
There is an important concept in Judaism called Tikkun Olam. Tikkun Olam is a Hebrew phrase that translates to repair ...
Daf Yomi, Tractate Kiddushin
Consent at any age.
Celebrate, Mixed Multitudes
From our friends at Jspot.org: Just in time for Shavuot, Jewish Funds for Justice has released a study guide on ...
Despite the fact that it’s a celebration, I have bittersweet feelings about Juneteenth.Its origins are traced to Union troops arriving ...
Jewish Thought, Live, Members of the Scribe
“And you shall lay down, and no man shall terrify you….” Whenever I stand up in shul on Shabbat and ...
“My desire to be well-informed is currently at odds with my desire to remain sane.” That caption from a New ...
Recently, in a four-part series published in the Charlotte Observer, my old college roommate Binyamin Appelbaum, broke a huge story ...