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As the will of the infinite and unknowable G-d, every mitzvah is essentially beyond understanding. Yet G-d clothed His commandments in "garments" of reason, so that not only our hands and feet but also our minds and heart should be involved in their fulfillment. This is true of every mitzvah, from the most esoteric "decree" to the most logical "law". The difference is only in the subtlety of the garment.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe
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When you’re able to “see” another person and revel in the positivity and unity it brings, it will automatically make you better, as well.
Just as there are first fruits of the soil, there are also first deeds and first dreams. Here as well, people become more sophisticated as they mature, as do their aspirations and dreams. Nevertheless, there is a special significance to one’s first dreams.
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A sample of local peasant culture can be found in certain phrases, often punchlines of poignant tales told by the Rebbes and chassidim, which have become part of everyday parlance.
Please remember how difficult it is to change. Help me work on one thing at a time. I can’t change all my faults at once.
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This is the meaning of a Jew and of Judaism, the very meaning of these words: To live in a state of sustained wonder. To know that there are things beyond human grasp. That the very existence of anything at all is beyond understanding. And then to strive to...
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