Mosheh ben Maimon, called Moses Maimonides, also known as RaMBaM, Hebrew acronym for "Rabbeinu Mosheh Ben Maimon," English translation: "Our Rabbi/Teacher Moses Son [of] Maimon," born in Córdoba, present-day Spain, on Passover Eve, 1138, was a rabbi and a physician in Morocco and Egypt. The RaMBaM was a preeminent medieval Arab, Spanish, Sephardic Jewish philosopher and astronomer, one of the most prolific and influential Torah scholar and physician of the Middle Ages.
The RaMBaM, like Dr. Babaknia, spent many years immersed in his love of Torah in order to attain what he hoped would be a portable values, based on companion, for Jews living amidst migration and flux.
The RaMBaM work as a physician, like Dr. Babaknia, was not apart from his commitment to spiritually healing the world. Dr. Babaknia has too created a published companions for us all to take on our respective and collective journeys, reminding us of what we should not stand for, as well as where we should optimally stand.
Sadly, our world is full of hatred. How we respond to it will determine the future of our children, the future of our world. We either accept it or change it.
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