#66 A spiritual journey through 'ru’ach'

from  Streetwise Hebrew

Dec 22, 2014

Ru’ach means wind or breeze, so you'll hear it a lot on the weather forecast at this time of year. But it also means spirit, soul, or even ghost. Guy Sharett shows us the root's Biblical usages, as well as its cousins in other languages - we even hear a beautiful 13th century Farsi poem.   Words and expressions discussed: Ru’ach – רוּחַ Ru’ach stav – רוּחַ סְתָיו Ruchot chazakot – רוּחוֹת חֲזָקוֹת Ru’ach elohim – רוּחַ אֱלוֹהִים Ve-ru’ach elohim merachefet al pnei ha-mayim – ורוּחַ אֱלוֹ...more

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