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What Happens After Death?
The Midrash (Bereishis Rabbah 14:9) refers to the general neshamah with five names or forces: Nefesh, soul; Ruach, spirit; Neshamah, breath; Chayah, life force; and Yechidah, unique singularity. The Master Kabbalists explain that the soul's five names ...
Tracey Silhouette en Magnetic Spacemen ontvangen Hedon Beurs!
De Hedon Beurs is in het leven geroepen ter bevordering van het muziekklimaat in de regio en de toestroom van nieuwe bands naar de subtop. Eerder kregen o.a.
Revival Begins With Us—So Where Do We Start?
In these prayers, the word "revive" is from the Hebrew word "chayah," which means "to live, have life, remain alive, sustain life, live prosperously, live forever, be quickened, be alive, be restored to life or health.
Rabbi Aharon Eliezer Ceitlin of Israel, 62, Passes Away in New York
Chamber group fills church with sounds of the classics
The performance featured Shalem Loritsch and Chesed Loritsch on violin, Chayah Loritsch on viola, Racham Loritsch on cello and Tsidqah Loritsch on double-bass/piano.

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