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Iyov 26:5 says, "Dead [things] are formed from under the waters, and the inhabitants thereof." Resh~Pei~Aleph~Yud~Mem spells "raphayim" and means "dead [things]." Resh~Pei~Aleph spells "rapha" and means "lax, a ghost, shades, spirits,dead, deceased." Would you explain this verse?

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I can study Torah and I enjoy studying Torah. I am studying Torah since I was 15 years old. I am now 35. I have studied Torah for 24 hours this week. I did not eat or drink during the day. I did not sleep. When I study Torah, I did not feel hungry or thirsty. I am sure if I study Torah, I can live without food and water for several days. Does God give me the power to tolerate hunger and thirst?

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I am beginning to study the Torah and the Midrash Tanchuma seems very difficult to understand. Is there any book to helps me understand it? Please advise and thank you.

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Dear Rabbi Becher, Does Gateways plan to offer Torah Study courses, either online or in-person? If not, can you please suggest a few online or in-person courses in NYC or Australia? Many thanks. PS I'm enjoying your book "Gateway to Judaism".

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Are the writings of Rabbi Ramchal reliable for Torah study? I am asking because I heard there are some controversy about his writings?

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Dear rabbi, is it better to study Torah it our free time instead of gossiping with others? And how we can seek the inner meanings of Torah?