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A very interesting video about Jewish mystisism

Discussion in 'Resources' started by Conscious thoughts, Apr 15, 2021.

  1. Conscious thoughts

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    I find this interview with a rabbi very interesting, a lot of what he speak of is actually very similar to how sufi mystics thinking and acting.

    Enjoy.
     
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    Is EJOY a mystical form of enjoyment?
     
  3. Conscious thoughts

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    That should be Enjoy :p
    Maybe it become more of a digital E-joy :confused:
     
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    sun rise "This is the Hour of God"
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    I don't have time to watch the entire interview. But from my studies, there is real similarity between the approach of sufism and the Jewish Kabbala. One of my daily web sites is Light of Kabbala on Facebook

    "A sharp mind will find a truth for itself.
    A humble spirit will find a truth higher than itself.
    Truth is not the property of intellectuals, but of those who know how to escape their own selves." Rabbi Tzvi Freeman

    "Faith is not the clinging to a shrine but an endless pilgrimage of the heart." Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel
     
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