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In this miraculous story the request of one man is directly answered after he requests of G-d to uphold His duties.
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The ultimate manifestation of divine truth requires a union of the spiritual and the physical.
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The Rebbe writes about glue as a metaphor for marriage counseling.
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The month of Elul is a month in which the love between the divine Groom and His bride Israel is at its height.
The Baal Shem Tov told a story of a dejected bride. The story is an allegory for the Jewish people’s relationship to G-d.
The fact that divorce is possible within human marriages is the result of the existence of the concept of “divorce” in the marriage relationship between G-d and man.
The following is a freely translated excerpt from a talk the Rebbe gave to women’s gathering on Iyar 25, 5744 (May 27, 1984) about the woman’s role in marriage.
How do a man and woman become husband and wife according to Torah law?
A marriage consists of three circles: the feminine circle, the masculine circle and the divine circle.
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Learn to be able to bring into our personal lives the ability to find eternity both in our marriages and our relationships and in everything that we do.