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If interpersonal conflict was a matter that could be resolved simply between G-d and man, true kindness and sensitivity to our fellow man would be unattainable.
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The elementary principle of Chassidism: to draw down and connect the ultimate heights with the lowest depths.
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The story of the Tzemach Tzedek’s unexpected ascension to leadership of the Chabad community.
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Even the smallest incidents in life happen by divine providence, and one is never a passive witness.
A story about a fire that burns Rabbi Shmuel Munkes’s home to the ground and his unusual reaction.
A lesson in the form of a story about truthfully evaluating one’s life and recognizing areas that need improvement.
A Chassidic story of unquestioning faith and action as told by Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi.
Man’s free will and his ultimate judgment is examined in the context of G-d’s omnipotence.
The commandment of shemittah, which dictates that every seven years the land must rest, captures the essence of all mitzvot.
What for Abraham was desirable behavior and a demonstration of his faith in G-d, was a breach of faith for Joseph.