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When a building collapses, Torah law states one must free trapped people from among the rubble, just like one must rescue souls trapped within materiality.
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Understanding “twilight” as an intermediary and transition, as part of the cosmic order and and its link to Shabbat and the Ten Commandments.
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An old chassidic story that exemplifies the awe chassidim have for their Rebbe.
What is the connection between Shabbat and Amalek and why did the people of Israel have a problem with remembering both?
Elul, the last month of the year, resembles the “holy” portions of the calendar. Yet, as a month in which we work it seemingly presents a paradox…
The wisdom of Rabbi Israel of Ruzhin began at a young age…
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Rabbi Yisroel Baal Shemtov explains to us, through parable, the importance of being joyful on the most spiritual day of the week, Shabbat.
Gain insight into why G-d created the world and discover the spiritual significance behind the unique mitzvah of circumcision.
If a person makes his spiritual moments the focus of his life, regarding all else as but the means to their end, then his entire day is a singularly holy endeavor.
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