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The baal teshuvah, who frees the sparks of divinity imprisoned in the realm of the forbidden, is examined in contrast with the tzaddik, who has more limited powers.
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An examination of the mitzvah of dwelling in the sukkah and why it is the mitzvah singled out by the Talmud as G-d’s “easy mitzvah.”
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A freely-translated excerpt from a letter by the Rebbe describes two approaches to bringing one’s fellow closer to Torah and Mitzvot.
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One can fulfill G-d’s will while eating by allowing his body, his soul, and the food to be dominated by a transcendent perspective.
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Freely translated excerpts from a letter written by the Rebbe in September of 1964 to Israeli author Kaddish Luz, on communal living.