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A relative was a farmer. I'm a city boy and never really got what he did except for enjoying the great food that he produced! I was wondering what significance Judaism places on agriculture - besides the food. By the way, my relative lived simply by my standards, but was certainly very happy and righteous. Thank you.
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Why doesn’t God perform “open miracles” for us today the way He did in the days of Moses? I’ve heard that He indirectly performs miracles (saving us from the destruction of our nation in the Spanish inquisition and the Holocaust, the establishment of the State of Israel, the Six-Day War...) but if He really wants us to follow His commandments why doesn’t He simply come and tell us that He’s still around?
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Dear Rabbi, when was the first rain? Did rain begin falling only during Noah's time? Was the mist mentioned in Gen. 2:6 “And a mist ascended from the earth and watered the entire surface of the ground” (Gen. 2:6) the only watering agent until the flood in Noah's days? Thanks.
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Hi Rabbi, I know that we get light from the moon at night by its reflecting the sun’s light, but is there any special message we learn from the moon’s existence? What I mean is that I assume we could manage without it. Thanks.
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Dear Respected Rabbi, Shalom! What do the commentaries state as to the first occurrence of rain? Did it begin only during Noah's floods time? Were the mists - Gen 2:6 - the sole watering agents till the Noah's floods? Thanks for your patient guidance for many years.  
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G*d says in the Tanach that He is the one and only, but is the word one enach in the Hebrew? And does the word enach mean many and which are in harmony in each other and which have same mind and thoughts? Can one say `He` of many gods if they are `enach` and if not or if yes then why? Why G*d says "us" of Himself at least in the Genesis?