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Daily Thought

Why do parents love their children?
Because the lower world reflects the higher world. And above, there is a Parent and He loves His children.

Why do parents of an only child have such unbounded love for their child?
Because this is the truest reflection of the world above: Above, each one of us is an only child, and His love to us is unbounded.

Torat Menachem 5745, volume 2, page 1121. Ibid, volume 3, page 1725.

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When two people meet, something good should result for a third
The Lubavitcher Rebbe, quoting his father-in-law, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn
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