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A Chassidic story demonstrating the entire point of Chabad Chassidism: not to renounce and denigrate the material world, but rather to elevate it by infusing it with an awareness of the divine.
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The Torah tells us which entities should be joined together and which should be held apart; it instructs us if, when, and how a given element or force in creation should be integrated into our lives.
As the offering that marks the birth of the nation Israel, the Passover offering must express our commonality as G-d’s people; this is indeed its dominant theme.
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To understand if Moses practiced orthodox Judaism, we need to first understand what makes a Jew a Jew. The purpose of this article is to unite and empower. The soul makes a Jew a Jew, not a denomination.
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Minds separate us, but our legs unite us. We dance as one.
Weekly Op-Ed •October 8th, 2009• 4 Comments
We dwell in Sukkot, made of vegetation of the world, we pray and commit to improve and refine the nations of the world, we dance and celebrate in public, we engage, connect and unite with others.
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The third installment in the series ‘Letters to My Child.’ After the busyness of the Hebrew month Tishrei we are given a final day to say goodbye.
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The Jewish month of Elul teaches an important lesson in relationships; one must create total unity whilst retaining their individuality.
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In Parshat Bamidbar what power did Sinai have that united the people when they “camped opposite the mountain”? Total fusion of matter & spirit; body & soul.