The Opponent

Chaim Solomon | March 15, 2016
“Vayikra” translates to: “and he called”. The question we want to ask is, “who called?” It is assumed that it is God calling, because who else is going to call to Moses? Yet, in The Kabbalah Centre, we learn that what is written in the Five Books of Moses is very specific. There are no mistakes, no extra words or letters; everything is exact. We also learn... read more
  • Chaim Solomon | March 15, 2016
    “Vayikra” translates to: “and he called”. The question we want to ask is, “who called?” It is... read more
  • Karen Berg | February 11, 2016
    Most of us are striving to find our spiritual purpose and to become better human beings. But once... read more
  • Benny Halfon | February 11, 2016
    In the Zohar portion of Terumah there is a unique story that seems to be misplaced. Until the time... read more
  • Kabbalah Centre | February 09, 2016
    On the night of December 25th, 1776, General George Washington crossed the icy and treacherous... read more
  • Karen Berg | January 26, 2016
    Letting go of ego means listening to another completely—even when we don’t agree with what they... read more
  • Elisheva Balas | December 08, 2015
    The portion of Miketz covers, or rather is the source for, much of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Joseph... read more
  • Chaim Solomon | November 25, 2015
    The war of Armageddon, the battle of good and evil, and the fight between Light and darkness – it... read more
  • Chaim Solomon | August 26, 2015
    War, captives, rebellious children, the death penalty, poverty, divorce, usury and corrupt judges... read more
  • Kabbalah Centre | August 11, 2015
    We each have a lens through which we see the world. It’s like looking at life through a camera that... read more
  • Karen Berg | July 23, 2015
    Oftentimes, it is easier for someone who is new to the spiritual path to transform than it is for... read more

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