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An essay discussing how we bring G-d into our lives and make Him a part of it.
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Our sages describe the age of Moshiach as a reality which “the heart does not reveal to the mouth,” where we will inhabit the “subconscious” of G-d.
In Parshat Shelach the spies & their generation failed to understand the entire point of entering the Holy Land was to sanctify the material aspects of life.
An exploration of the laws pertaining to bar mitzra, the neighbor whose land borders your own, and the correlation to G-d’s giving of the Torah to man.
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A story of the Baal Shem Tov on one of his travels who would rather be a guest in the home of a sinner than in the home of a learned, yet egotistical person
Man was empowered to live a G-dly life, to think G-dly thoughts, speak G-dly words and do G-dly deeds through the mitzvot of the Torah established by G-d.
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An integral part of G-d’s dwelling is a human self for whom “G-d is my G-d”—for whom a life in the service of the Almighty is deeply satisfying.
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In a powerful analogy, the Midrash likens our relationship with G-d as one between a son-in-law and his father-in-law.
The month of Cheshvan, by virtue of its ordinariness, represents the very purpose of life on earth.
In our own lives, we each have a “generation of the desert” and a “generation which enters the land.” Learn personal lessons from The Twelve Spies. Essay based on address by the Rebbe.