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The Rebbe Rashab authored the most comprehensive documents on mysticism, elegantly outlining the mystical infrastructure and its application to our lives.
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The Rebbe expounds on Channukah: The more you fight it, the deeper you sink, your every move counteracted by this noxious blend of water and soil….
While many of the Torah’s laws are time- & place-specific, their significance is always eternal & universal, such as kindling the menorah in the Holy Temple
Aaron is the prototype for man’s responsibility for the spiritual elevation of his fellows, which reflects his role as kindler of the menorah in the Temple
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A story of two disciples of the Maggid and their two contending troubles – sin and mitzvah. One can repent for the former but what of the latter?
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The mitzvah of kiddush hachodesh, sanctification of the new month, as “the first mitzvah commanded to the Jewish people.”
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In Parshat Chukat Moses’ face turned pale: knowing what it means to be created in the “Divine Image” & learning the cycle of life & death through faces.
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The universal message of Rosh Hashanah is that we all need to hear the sounds of our own souls. Read this conversation with Rabbi Simon Jacobson.