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The Jewish Holiday of Kabbalah begins on September 12, at sundown. The festival literally means "receiving", and is held authoritative by most Orthodox Jews. According to its adherents, intimate understanding and mastery of the Kabbalah brings man spiritually closer to God and as a result humanity can be empowered with higher insight into the inner-workings of God's creation. Expert Rabbi Avraham Mintz (cq) (man with beard) instructs Craig Thighe (cq) a young father who's never understood his Jewish faith before. Craig attended the Chabad Jewish center in Littleton on September 6, 2007, along with his two year-old daughter, Shayna Thighe (cq), to receive a lesson from Mr. Mintz. (JAVIER MANZANO / THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) Rabbi Avraham Mintz (cq), Craig Thighe (cq) Shayna Thighe (cq)

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