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Six Constant Mitzvos: Meet Your Bad Angel

What does the Oneness of God mean?

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Published: May 14, 2011


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Visitor Comments: 6

(6) Gary Katz, June 4, 2011 4:18 PM

So G-d places temptations before us?

According to this video, spiritually, there's no such thing as the entrapment defense.

(5) Sara, May 19, 2011 3:00 AM

Enlightening

Very enlightening, a new way to look at the old devil and bring everything into oneness.

(4) Brenda Doubet, May 17, 2011 1:25 AM

Great message!

(3) Anonymous, May 16, 2011 10:16 PM

this is great - I like how Charlie points out that the 'bad guy' and the 'good guy' are both working for G-d. wonderful concept!

(2) ruth housman, May 15, 2011 7:41 PM

what is true is also, always, beautiful

The poets know it, and write about it, and this is a beautiful video. I will add something, and that is, when I wrote to many people at Aish about my own experience of "this beauty", I was told, so no big deal, it's all Providence. Actually it IS a big deal. We need to affirm each other, and all stories, and I have a story that is about us all, and yes, it is saying exactly what you are saying in your video, but I say, we are each entitled to more than, the courtesy of being waved off, waived off. The tide may be turning, because I deeply know about the Master Storyteller here, and my Diary is entirely about this, about how G_d wrote us all into the most amazing story EVER told. I think the arrogance in the way I have been treated, might be part of the story, as you say it's All Divine, but I also know, on another level that I am owed a profound apology and not, an Apollogy. I say this, because I am seeing a story, coded, entirely in words. And I do believe my commentaries on line, over so many years could be studied in the light, of, just this.

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