Bereshith 4 shows us what can go wrong when we have no good intentions and when our heart is not pure and honest in our actions.
Tag: Rashi (acronym of Rabbi Shlomo Yitzḥaqi)
Elohim avoiding man to violate His other commandment
What if the man might take the fruit from the tree of life, would eat that fruit and will live forever?
Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Courtesy of MeaningfulLife.com Eight hundred years ago, Maimonides wrote to his translator, Rabbi Shmuel ibn Tibbon: “One who wishes to translate from one language to another by rendering each word literally and adhering to the original order of words and sentences . . . will end up with a translation that [...]
Moshe Rabbenu and Torat Moshe
Willing to communicate with mankind the Elohim giving them His Torah shot his arrows at mankind [y-r-h, "to shoot (an arrow),"] and gave them a first teacher or instructor of God's Laws, hence also often called Torat Moshe. Moshe not writing down a Fable or Fairy tale, but bringing a real life story of man or history of the peoples in an easy way to remember.