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While the innovations of the soul are unlimited and eternal, fashion choices are limited by what is available.
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The 49 curses listed in the Torah portion of Bechukosei evokes an interesting question: what possible benefit can be found in these curses?
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If enough people change their attitude and practice, whatever they do becomes a cultural norm.
One must act unlike himself, like a poor man feasting at a rich man’s table, if he is to transform into a more divine “self” as is his ultimate goal.
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In this letter, the Rebbe probes the deeper significance of an aspect of modern life to inspire with a lesson that is both personal and universal.
The Jew dresses in Esau’s clothes, but he refuses to allow the clothes to make the man.
The Torah tells us which entities should be joined together and which should be held apart; it instructs us if, when, and how a given element or force in creation should be integrated into our lives.
The meekness of the sheep, no matter how difficult a problem it poses, can also be reclaimed as a virtue.
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The human kohen gadol is one who has been imparted a greater measure of holiness than his more mundane fellows. The kohen in G-d is G-d’s “holiness”.
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