Contemporary Kabbalists on Parshat Nitzavim

Every day of our lives is a series of choices: between good and evil, blessing and curse and life and death. On the surface, the choice is not always clear. Often, we must peel away the outer shell of reality to discover the inherent good concealed in the choices that we face:

http://www.inner.org/parshah/deuteronomy/nitzavim/index

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3 Responses to Contemporary Kabbalists on Parshat Nitzavim

  1. Every year on the Shabbat before Rosh Hashanah, we read the portion of Nitzavim, which begins with the following words: “And you are standing today all of you before God” (Deuteronomy 29:9). There are several reasons this portion is always read before Rosh Hashanah:

    http://thetrugmans.com/846/and-you-are-standing-today-all-of-you-before-god/

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