The Hasidic View of Kabbalah and Marriage and the Jewish Concept of Being Married Without Being in Love

According to Hasidic philosophy and “Kabbalah” which is a Hebrew term translating to “ancient Jewish mysticism”, the soul of each person in a marriage is connected as one, but are split up before that marriage commences. It is the job of each person to find the other, so that the soul can become whole or one again. It is believed in Jewish tradition that love comes afterwards, in the sense that 2 people do not need to love eachother in order to get married, they only need to find eachother, resp...

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