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Giving, whether physical or spiritual, carries a “price”. We find an example of such spiritual descent in Moses’ bestowal of the leadership upon Joshua.
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Oil represents a person’s self-abnegation and submission to G-d. Only one who has totally abnegated his own will to that of G-d is capable of true sacrifice.
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An overheard conversation of the Oven Stokers of Mezerich. Chassidic story about self-sacrifice and Divine service.
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When we speak of the Akeidah, we also speak of those who trod the path this great deed blazed. Of the countless thousands who died for the creed of Abraham.
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A letter from the previous Lubavitcher Rebbe discussing Divine Providence and G-d’s help with sustenance.
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A spiritual explanation of the symbolism of the plague of frogs during the final days before the Exodus from Egypt.
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In practical terms being holy means going out of your comfort zone and conventional behavior.
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The Torah is the roadmap in the journey of life, especially the Book of Bamidbar, Numbers.
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The story of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is a blueprint that encapsulates in microcosm all the events that take place in history, both personally and globally.