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Write with the intention of solving a dilemma. Then you will be able to shift your focus away from yourself (writer’s block is you getting in your own way) to serving the needs of others.
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Still the shammash doesn’t count. An imparter of light to others, he never attains the status of a Chanukah light in his own right.
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‘Why do we need a leader’ is the precise theme of this week’s Torah portion. Korach challenges Moses to an important question about the need for leaders.
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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
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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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The closer one comes to G-d, the more one realizes one’s own insignificance in the face of the divine infinity.
The origins of the First Passover and the Second Passover are illuminated, and the symbolism of leavened versus unleavened bread is explained.
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Rabbi Yerachmiel had a lesson for a proud tailor: A humble spirit is noticed and evokes admiration, while arrogance and pride is devoid of grace and beauty.
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Rabbi Israel of Ruzhin had a smart answer for a skeptical business man.
Can a single act, word or thought on your part resound in billions of lives?