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Ayin Beis -- #4: The Quantum Leap Between Divine Infinity & Divine Identity

Why Atzilus Does Not Reflect the Infinite Light. Maamar 2, Chapters 7-8

1 hr 20 min

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Ayin Beis -- #4: The Quantum Leap Between Divine Infinity & Divine Identity - Why Atzilus Does Not Reflect the Infinite Light. Maamar 2, Chapters 7-8

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    sw london -11 years ago

    ayin beis
    Rabbi Wineberg, your explanation of levels of sweetness as well as your treatment of the whole topic struck me as being the essence of sweetness itself. Whenever I listen to your shiurim I am inspired and in awe. 

    Thank you for your wonderful teaching . May you have a gut gebentcht yohr and go meychoyil el choyil in the coming year, b`gur.

    SW London England

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    Meira -11 years ago

    B”H
    Hello Rabbi Levi Wineberg,

    Thank you for all your explanations and MOSHULS, they are very illustrative.

    You mentioned that G-d  אצלת'  from Moshe’s SPIRIT to seventy elders (Bamidbar Ch. 11/17) ; is there any correlations  between this episode and another one when G-d took one of Adam’s מצלעת'ו  and He filled in FLESH in its place. Then Hashem G-d fashioned   חצלע  that  He had taken from the man into a woman, and He brought her to the man. (Bereishis Ch. 2/21,22)

    Sorry me for my silly question, but maybe we can understand Atzilus better in compeering it with something else. Please ignore this comment, if it is not relevant.

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