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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?
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1. Do we believe in souls? if so, what happens to people's souls before they are born or after they die?2. If there's no hell what are the repercussions of not following Jewish commandments or law?3. What is the Jewish perspective on abortions?4. If a child is adopted are they considered Jewish?5. What is the official stance on same sex marriages?6. If a Jewish child is adopted by non Jews are they still considered Jewish by Jewish law?7. Why are women exempt from going to Shul three times a day but men arent?8. Why do we have to wait 8 days to circumcise a boy?9. Why do we have to wait 3 years to cut a boy's hair?10. Why do we concentrate mostly on Torah teachings instead of the other books of Tanach?
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I read an article saying that only US is the same level with Israel. Why is US so well evaluated by the jew?
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Shalom! Lately a notzri friend of mine asked me about the laws that are boing described as "everlasting statutes" in the Torah. She wanted to know what kind of laws these are and why it is stressed that they are eternal (as the whole Torah and Halacha are eternal themselves).. I tried to find an answer myself but didn't get too far. Can you tell me if there are discussions about this in the Talmud or somewhere else? What do our chachamim say about it? Thank you!
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