Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Paddock’s Motive Unknown But Motive for Violence Is Everywhere

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As expected, the Las Vegas massacre has refueled the gun control debate in America. But no one seems to consider a much wider debate to be had on the ongoing breeding of violence in the U.S. “We still don’t have

Catalonia Referendum: Are Independence and Unity Mutually Compatible?

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At present, the desire for independence is developing alongside our increasing egoism. That is why we are witnessing similar phenomena in other areas of life, such as couples that get married yet live separately because they want to “maintain their

GOP and Dems Can Share a Tent Without Calling Police

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Setting up an Empathy Tent amidst the chaos that took place between political protesters in the University of California at Berkeley last weekseemed like a thoughtful idea — a calm area where protesters from both sides could have a peaceful discussion, free

Inevitable Consequences of Increasing Apathy of Unaffiliated American Jews

While 88% of the residents living in Israel said they are satisfied with their lives, on the other side of the world there is an increasing percentage of worried Jews. In the past two weeks, two new studies have been

Shooting in Las Vegas

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I extend my deepest condolences to the families of the 50 people who were killed in last night’s shooting in Las Vegas.  Unfortunately, I don’t think such horrible events will vanish from the horizon anytime soon. We have to see

Yehuda Ashlag (Baal HaSulam)

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“I find a great need to break an iron wall that has been separating us from the wisdom of Kabbalah,” wrote Kabbalist Yehuda Ashlag a.k.a. Baal HaSulam (“Master of the Ladder”) for his Ladder commentary on the Book of Zohar.

The Meaning of the Jonah Story Read on Yom Kippur

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The story of the prophet Jonah that we customarily read on Yom Kippur captures the essence of the holiday, that we need to put ourselves aside and act for the benefit of others. The Story of Jonah the Prophet – In A

The Secret to a Happy Year

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Jonah’s story tells us that when we avoid our task, prefer separation to connection, and spread discord throughout the world, there always comes a storm. he High Holy Days are a time of joy, as well as a time of

A Kabbalistic Take on Ronald Lauder’s Blessing for the Jewish New Year

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“On this New Year, a reminder that the strength of the Jewish people lies in our unity,” was written in huge letters on the pages of the major newspapers on the eve of Rosh Hashana.  The author, president of the

Charlottesville Protests: Historical Impact on Jews and Neo-Nazism

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The Charlottesville protests have imprinted neo-Nazism and its criticism of Jews onto the modern historical map. The Jewish response has major implications. It’s the week of the Charlottesville protests. Neo-Nazi anger instantly spreads into global awareness as Vice News exposes the heart

Baruch Ashlag (the “Rabash”)

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On a cold, rainy night in 1979, I could not sleep, my thoughts troubled me. Suddenly I found myself at the wheel, driving without direction. A large sign cut through my thoughts: “Bnei Brak.” I went in. The streets were

Humans on Mars: Visions of the Year 2100

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It’s the year 2100. Humans on Mars has become a reality. Over 11 billion people inhabit Planet Earth. Heightened global warming caused the sea to rise over coastal regions and islands, displacing hundreds of millions of people. “I am arguing