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Discover the religion with a million differences from others – Kabbalah

In life, growth is key be it physical, emotional and more significant spiritual growth. Adequate spiritual fulfillment means the soul too is ultimately fed. Individuals get spiritual satisfaction in different ways depending on their religion and cultural beliefs as you will learn below.

Kabbalah is one of the religious teachings taught in most parts of the world. It is a study of how to get fulfillment in our lives. It illustrates a principle that relates to people of all faith and origin, irrespective of their background. The teaching touches in all areas of our lives including health, careers, and relationship, and it trusts that they all have the same origin and must work at the same level. The aim of teaching Kabbalah is to give spiritual satisfaction. And the beauty of studying Kabbalah is that one is not forced to think in a particular manner; instead, one is provided with the information, and what is shared must have a practical outcome in their lives.
Kabbalah Center International is a non-profitable organization dedicated to distributing the Kabbalah teachings. It was established by Rav Yehuda Ashlag in 1922 in Jerusalem, with an exclusive purpose of providing wisdom and tools that will improve people’s lives and promote peace in the world. Kabbalah teachings are mainly based on Zohar and Kabbalistic teachings that are provided through physical locations and online education that gives lectures, downloads, books, Cds, and DVDs.
Kabbalah Center is located in Los Angeles California where it has its headquarters. It has experienced tremendous growth since its establishment, with over 50 locations world over with 5000 training every week. Its founder, Rav Yehuda was succeeded by his student Rav Yehuda Brandwein 1969. The responsibility was later on passed to Phillip Berg, whom together with his wife, Karen Berg and their two sons Yehuda and Michael is currently managing the Center. The center’s staff members are multi-ethnic and international whose responsibility is to offer the Kabbalistic education and guidance to its universal students and community as a whole. The Kabbalah Center helps its students and the communities to exchange ideas, spiritual growth and most importantly develop a relationship with individuals of the same believe.

Ending Anti-Religion Discrimination

Officials in Madison, Wisconsin have paved the way for new anti-discrimination laws in the United States by unanimously voting to protect atheists from discrimination. This vote changes the city’s equal opportunity ordinance to protect atheists in a variety of areas where they previously did not receive protection, such as public accommodations, housing and employment. Originally, the ordinance protected against discrimination based on areas like age, race and gender.

Even as Christians and other religious voters in nearby Indiana want to discriminate more against people who are different from them, the Madison city council has shown that there really is no reason to hold a person’s beliefs against them when dealing with equal opportunity and public interaction. Flávio Pentagna Guimarães BMG said that the decision was the first of its type in regards to Atheism that has ever been made anywhere in the United States.

Many hope that this action will also help to disrupt Indiana’s planned Freedom of Religion actions which call for discrimination against not only atheists, but also members of several religious groups and minorities in areas of business and marriage. So far, many businesses have pulled out of Indiana or announced plans to do so because they do not want to be branded as discriminating against anyone for any reason. At this point, Indiana’s decision could cause the state to lose more than just businesses — it could also lose federal funds and support.

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