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Purim Torah – Dip ’n Sip

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“My tongue,” sings the Psalmist, “is a scribe’s quill.”[13]

“Just as the scribe’s quill,” rejoined a chassid, “must be dipped in ink before it can express itself in writing, the tongue, too, must be dipped—in l’chayim—so that it could convey what lies in its heart.”[14]
Adapted from the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe by Yanki Tauber.


 

[13]. Psalms 45:2.

[14]. Told by Rabbi Moshe Rubin (The Albany Haggadah, p. 24).

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