Robert Llewellyn attempts to discover which of the world’s top four monotheistic religions has the most money. His journey takes him from Canterbury Cathedral to Vatican City and Israel, as he bids to calculate the income and assets of the Anglican Commune, the Catholic Church, Judaism and Islam.
Be here now. Be someplace else later. Is that so complicated? Accept misfortune as a blessing. Do not wish for perfect health or a life without problems. What would you talk about? There is no escaping karma. In a previous life, you never called, you never wrote, you never visited. And whose fault is that? The Torah says, “Love thy neighbor as thy self.” The Buddha says there is no “self.” So maybe you are off the hook. Breathe in. Breath out. Breath in, Breath out. Forget this and attaining enlightenment will be...
I have heard many sides of one story, per usual, when asking such a question–from both sides. I am curious if there is even a simple answer to the question; but would like to understand if Kabbalah is considered valid among the traditional and modern Jewish beliefs?
I know Kabbalah is part of Judaism but is there any difference with the rest of branches of Judaism? is Kabbalah considered a Branch of Judaism? and what does kabbalah teach? why can’t jewish and non jewish access to kabbalah easily?