Nitzavim – Let there be Light

The sages institute a daily prayer that includes a special verse that praises God "הַמְחַדֵּשׁ בְּכָל יוֹם תָּמִיד מַעֲשֵׂה בְרֵאשִׁית", "God renew the act of Creation every day, continuously". This tells us that the world was created in one day, the first day, ("יום־אחד").

 It is scientifically known that everything in this world is in a constant movement (Atoms in space). Nothing is in a resting state. NOTHING! The reason for that is to create this world for us God had to create a bubble, which we call our universe.

 The Ten Sefirot, (spiritual dimensions) are basically a narrow expression of the unlimited power of God.

Nitzavim-Vayelech – It\’s time for Mashiach to be revealed.

The whole Torah scroll is written in 248 columns. Every column starts with a word that begins with the letter "ו" except for six special columns. The first letters are "ביהשמו", The "ב" of "בראשית"is the first, there are four more in between and the last of the six is "ו". There is a great significance to the location of each of them but I want to focus on the last letter "ו" that completes the set.

Nitzavim – Let there be Light

The sages institute a daily prayer that includes a special verse that praises God "הַמְחַדֵּשׁ בְּכָל יוֹם תָּמִיד מַעֲשֵׂה בְרֵאשִׁית", "God renew the act of Creation every day, continuously". This tells us that the world was created in one day, the first day, ("יום־אחד").

 It is scientifically known that everything in this world is in a constant movement (Atoms in space). Nothing is in a resting state. NOTHING! The reason for that is to create this world for us God had to create a bubble, which we call our universe.

 The Ten Sefirot, (spiritual dimensions) are basically a narrow expression of the unlimited power of God.

Nitzavim-Vayelech – It\’s time for Mashiach to be revealed.

The whole Torah scroll is written in 248 columns. Every column starts with a word that begins with the letter "ו" except for six special columns. The first letters are "ביהשמו", The "ב" of "בראשית"is the first, there are four more in between and the last of the six is "ו". There is a great significance to the location of each of them but I want to focus on the last letter "ו" that completes the set.