עולם האותיות: The Sacred Letters as a Guide to Jewish Deed and Thought

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Mesorah Publications, 1983 - Religion - 238 pages
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From the very first Kabbalistic work, through the Talmud, through an impressive array of rabbinic literature, great minds have found the Aleph-Beis to be a gold mine of wisdom and guidance.
  

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Review: The Wisdom in the Hewbrew Alphabet : the Sacred Letters as a Guide to Jewish (Artscroll Mesorah)

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Love, love, love, this Hebrew wisdom book. I reference it again and again. It's sure to be a treasure on your bookshelf. Read full review

Review: The Wisdom in the Hewbrew Alphabet : the Sacred Letters as a Guide to Jewish (Artscroll Mesorah)

User Review  - Becky Nelson - Goodreads

This is a deep study, not a casual read. It provides fascinating insight into Jewish beliefs and thought. Read full review

Contents

tetters 8
10
Table of Scripts and Numeric Values
42
Blessing and Creation Duality and Plurality
55
Kindness and Culmination
71
Dimensions and Concern
78
Divinity Gentility and Specificity
85
Completion Redemption and Transformation
94
Spirit Sustenance and Struggle
104
Revealed and Concealed Moses and Messiah
143
Faithfulness Soul and Emergence
151
Support and Enclosure Creation of the Woman P Stands for DJJO
159
Sight and Insight
171
Speech and Silence
180
Divine and Human Roads to Righteousness Humility
189
Choosing Between Greatness and Degradation
199
Divine Power and Script but also Corruption
207

Grace Life Sin Structure and Symbolism Interchangeable Letters
112
Goodness
118
Creation and the Metaphysical
125
Crowning Accomplishment
133
Truth and Perfection
214
From Tavto Aleph
221
Appendix The Ksav Ashuris Script used in Torah Scrolls
232
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