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Kabbalah Online Magazine
Week of Korach 5777
Vol. 13 No. 38, 24 - 30 Sivan, 5777 / June 18 - 24, 2017
A note from the staff of Kabbalah Online in Tzefat
This Shabbat is the yahrzeit-hilula of Rabbi Yonatan Ben Uziel, the top student of the great sage Hillel. His
burial site in Amuka Valley, outside of Tzefat, receives tens of thousands of visitors a year,
especially those that heard it is a propitious place to pray to meet one's destined marriage partner.

Accordingly, the first article focuses on the theme of "soulmates."
The article following provides interesting background on this seminal figure in Jewish history and scholarship .
Shabbat and Sunday are Rosh Chodesh / New Moon celebration. The significance is explained in article #3 by a famous chasidic Rebbe

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one of the leading sages in the state of Israel in the last sixty-five years,
a major judge of Jewish law for the Sephardic communities,
a former chief rabbi of Israel
and --not so publicly known-- an accomplished Kabbalist,
whose 7th yahrzeit is this Monday (25 Sivan / June 19).
He is also the father of Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu,
whom we know personally from his 25 years of service as chief Rabbi of Safed 
as well as from his active and enthusiastic participation in many ASCENT* outreach activities.
(*the mother organization of
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 Love & Marriage
Soul Mates

Kabbalah teaches that a soul's heavenly source has male and female halves.
Rabbi Yonatan ben Uziel
Help for the lovelorn from the top sage of Hillel
 Rosh Chodesh / New Moon
The Phases of the Moon

Jewish mystics teach that judging others favorably is the true test of righteousness.
 Gate of Reincarnations
Reason for Ibur of Righteous Souls — "Gate of Reincarnations": Chapter Two, Section 5

A tzadik can reincarnate into a living person and they will both benefit.
 Weekly Torah Reading
Accessing the Transcendent

According to Kabbalah, the color blue represents gevura (strength/restraint).
True Consolation

To comfort a mourner you should say words that will lead him to thank G-d for what he has.
 Mystic Story
The Korach Syndrome

The righteous perceive each event as a message from G-d.
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