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Go beyond “thoughts and prayers”. Concrete suggestions for bringing light into a dark world.
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Are you socially awkward, or feeling disconnected from your loved ones? The following seven steps are a proven, time-tested method, based on the Kabbalah’s seven-dimensional emotional spectrum, to improve how you bond with others.
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When loneliness has already got you down, here is how to muster up the strength to transcend it.
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We are all “strangers” in this world. We are all “special children.” All in need and deserving of unconditional love.
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This Rebbe Rashab story was told by the Rebbe, Cheshvan 20 5737, November 13 1976. A story about learning a lesson in the laws of proper speech at the tailor.
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Criticism should never be given to put down another person, but rather to inspire and guide them to be better.
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Crime, conflict and consensus in the social and spiritual history of Jewish civil law.
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Learning Jewish law is a process. Read carefully and correctly so as not to be hasty in judging others.
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Love of G-d, love of Torah, and love of one’s fellow are in essence one. True love cannot exist in one of these areas alone, for they are all connected.
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A story of two devoted neighbors, one living a spiritual life and the other a material one, and their surprising judgments at death.