Out of Sight, Out of Mind

“Out of sight, out of mind” is a very truthful line. Anyone who has gone through a breakup might remember how seemingly impossible it feels to stop thinking about your ex all the time, seeing them either in person or in your mind. But when you stop seeing them physically, you start seeing them less in your mind, and eventually the preoccupation subsides.  This week’s Parashah, Shelach, teaches us how to do the opposite for God, how to keep Hashem always in mind, even if He is, in some ways, always out of sight. As it says in Tehillim (Psalms), גַּל־עֵינַ֥י וְאַבִּ֑יטָה נִ֝פְלָא֗וֹת מִתּוֹרָתֶֽךָ Open my eyes, that I may behold the wonders of Your Torah.  The pesukim (passages/commandments) below contain so much wisdom on how to open our eyes. The deep kabbalistic and mystical power of tzitzit are a …

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