Ruach

Some articles on ruach:

Holy Spirit (Judaism) - Hebrew Bible
... The term ruach hakodesh occurs once in Psalm 5111 and also twice in the Book of Isaiah. 6310,11) Those are the only three times that the precise phrase "ruach hakodesh" is used in the Hebrew Scriptures, although the noun ruach (רוח, literally "breath" or "wind ... The noun ruach, much like the English word breath, can mean either wind or some invisible moving force ...
Distinction Between The Human Spirit and Soul
... more important than all this is the opposition of Spirit and Soul (Hebrew ruach and nephesh, Persian ahu and urvan, Mandasan monuhmed and gyan, Greek pneuma and psyche) which first comes out in the basic feeling of ... Ruach means originally "wind" and nephesh "breath." The nephesh is always in one way or another related to the bodily and earthly, to the below, the evil, the darkness ... Its effort is the "upward." The ruach belongs to the divine, to the above, to the light ...
Camp Massad (Manitoba) - Program Jobs - Ruach
... Spirit is another giant factor at camp, and therefore the person involved with Ruach carries easily the largest weight of responsibility during Maccabia ... People involved with Ruach regularly lose their voices during Maccabia, leading to the "Final Sheerah Whisper" ...
Ruach (island)
... In Rabelais' Gargantua and Pantagruel, Ruach is the Isle of Winds ... The people of Ruach eat and drink nothing but wind, and live inside weathercocks ... The word "Ruach" comes from the Hebrew meaning "spirit", "wind", "breath", or "air" ...
Yosef Reinman - Ruach Ami Series
... In authoring the Ruach Ami series of historical novels, Reinman uses the pen name Avner Gold ... The Ruach Ami series focuses on the plight of the Jewish people of Europe during the middle 17th century ... There are 12 books in the Ruach Ami series ...