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This hemshekh is a broad reexamination of the path that leads from the exodus of the Jews from Egypt to the ultimate redemption to be achieved in the messianic future.
Marriage means relinquishing yourself. Ironically, it also means discovering more about yourself than you ever could alone.
You don’t need to be a therapist to be able to sit quietly with a person in pain and just be there.
I’m always trying to change the world and get people to act the way they’re supposed to.
Upon hearing the verdict of the bet-din, Rabbi Shlomo turned pale. Never in his life did he imagine that he would be required to take an oath in court!
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Daily Thought
Life is fire. It can burn with the angst of survival in a hostile world. Or it can be harnessed to consume all fear. Stop, contemplate, meditate and pray. Fan a fire of love and awe for the One that transcends this world. One fire swallows another and you are set free. Liberated from your fears, you...
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Second Passover

May 10, 2017

 
Daily Quote
In the days of the Alter Rebbe [Chabad founder Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadoi, 1745-1812] Chassidim had a familiar saying: "The piece of bread that I have is yours just as it is mine." And they would say the word "yours" first--"...yours just as it is mine..."
Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak of Lubavitch (quoted in Hayom Yom, Iyar 15)