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“Mitchum” is sort of a ridiculous run-on abbreviation of the expression “im yirtzeh Hashem,” if G-d so wills.
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Using Torah thought to personalize the Seder experience on Pesach, rendering it into a powerful psychological/spiritual journey into our own hearts & souls.
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Even when it looks like G-d has abandoned you, He is really right beside you, ready to catch you if you fall.
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The purpose of exile as explained through the metaphor of cholent, a stew eaten on the Jewish Sabbath. What cholent teaches us about the meaning of exile.
An inspirational story from Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak of Lubavitch.
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History is a dance. G-d & the “maiden of Israel” have been dancing these steps some 4000 years now, advancing & retreating, drawing apart & pulling together
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The story of why the previous Lubavitcher Rebbe, once referred to a person in a letter, known to be an irreligious man, as a “G-d fearing man.”
While I continue to experience the Rebbe as a very active, involved part of my life, still, I miss the flesh & blood connection.
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The Lubavitcher Rebbe is a wise man, a learned man, but above all, he is a believer. And to meet a believer is an altogether different experience.
This week’s Torah portion is about the first Jewish mother, Sarah: The embodiment of an Aishet Chayil.