On April 12, 1961, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space. Upon his return, he made the famous statement, “I have proven that G-d doesn’t exist. I was in heaven, and I didn’t see any G-d up there.”
While we may find his logic simple-minded, in reality, he makes a valid point. How can the Torah expect us to believe in something that all of our senses deny? We relate to the world through our five senses, yet none of them can perceive the presence of HASHEM. How can a person be expected to see HASHEM when everything he experiences clearly denies HASHEM’s existence?
This Shmuz focuses on how we can come to see HASHEM clearly and experience His presence in our lives.
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