What’s at the intersection of Judaism, politics and spirituality? It’s a literary niche being carved out by up-and-coming writer Jesse Bogner, a student of leading international authority on Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism) Michael Laitman.
As Jews head toward the Days of Awe – Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur – we think a lot about spirituality. According to Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism), “depression and anxiety is the cry of your soul.” When our souls are hungry they express that lack through anxiety.
I was driving with a few of my long-time students on a road outside Jerusalem when another car violently crashed into ours. We all suffered severe injuries, but I was the only one declared clinically dead.
An inspiring video depicting the IDF as the Holy army of the Jewish people is set to a moving rendition of Ana BeKoach, a Kabbalistic prayer composed by the first-century sage Rabbi Nechunyah Ben HaKana, sung on Friday night.