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The Torah portion “Tzav” details the priestly duties in the Temple, and provides valuable insight into Divine service.
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.
Ultimately, we must recognize and utilize the fact that the Torah is the only source of life and well-being for the Jew, both spiritually and physically.
Discover how we, as Jews, contain both elements of the name Jacob and Israel. Learn about our double identity as Servants of G-d and Children of G-d.
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A story about the power of Chassidic master Rabbi Meir Premishlaner’s blessing on Rabbi Israel of Ruzhin.
Why is a seudat mitzvah – a feast celebrating a mitzvah – so essential for the good of the Jewish people?
Rabbi Shneur Zalman taught that the way to deal with the corporeal world is not to repress or crush it but to gently extract the holiness from it.
Even the smallest incidents in life happen by divine providence, and one is never a passive witness.
Through defining the Halachic term of an earthen vessel, we learn two important factors in serving G-d appropriately: Humility and Passion.
The Baal Shem Tov teaches us about the importance of perseverance in our spiritual pursuits and our dynamic relationship with G-d.