Wednesday, September 26, 2007

The photo above, and photo to the left. Creating new content or old content with new presentations on Torah, and striving for accuracy is difficult. The photo above
In the year 1054 A.D., Chinese astronomers were startled by the appearance of a new star that was so bright that it was visible in broad daylight for several weeks. Located about 6,500 light-years from Earth, the Crab Nebula is the remnant of a star that began its life with about 10 times the mass of our sun. Its life ended on July 4, 1054 when it exploded as a supernova.

In looking at galaxies I observed a certain kid of symetry that one finds in jellyfish. I therefore started posting jellyfish on some of these web pages along with some of the awe inspiring images of galaxies which are thousands of light years away.

I guess one could view some of my thoughts on life in the deep sea as coming attractions! The Metsudah Linear Chumash translates the 260th word of Bereishis "Ha- Gedolim" as whales, which is an amazing animal. Well, ready or not I have to stop and get ready for the Holiday of Sukkot. My understanding of some of the writings of a local Rav here in Passaic is that the Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippor and Sukkot, help get us ready for Parsha Bereishis!

Which is why I feel the need to learn an share as much as possible of this amazing parsha, which contains information which is applicable to every thing a man or or woman might endeavor to create!

Aharon Moshe (ben-Dovid) Sanders
September 26, 2007 4:35pm
Passaic NJ

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