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One of the great Chassidic masters teaches us about sadness and where the pieces of a broken heart should lie.
When understanding G-d in personally relevant terms, we invite Him into the core of our lives, rather than relegating Him to the periphery of our existence. Lessons from the incident of the golden calf.
In our own lives, we each have a “generation of the desert” and a “generation which enters the land.” Learn personal lessons from The Twelve Spies. Essay based on address by the Rebbe.
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The question of “why do the righteous suffer?” was asked by Moses – emphasizes the Rebbe; but it did not – in any way – affect his simple faith in G-d.
Stories •Weekly Op-Ed •October 22nd, 2005• 0 Comments
The most adverse conditions throughout history have resulted in some of the greatest achievements in Jewish scholarship.
Weekly Op-Ed •February 6th, 2003• 0 Comments
The world’s infrastructure is built on selfishness and leading to tragedy after tragedy. Instead, we must usher in a new era of spirituality and unity.
November 21st, 2002•
Prayer is the foundation –Faith then dictates and infuses you with the fortitude to do whatever it takes, everything humanly possible to ensure victory.
October 4th, 2001•
Sometimes joy seems impossible but true happiness is a commitment to good which can overpower the greatest darkness.