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I no longer see a table, a chair, a lamp... only the letters of the Divine utterances [which give existence and life to the physical existence]
– Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi to his grandson, Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch, shortly before his passing on Tevet 24, 5583 (1812)

Torah is the interface between the Infinite and creation. On the outside, it speaks the language of humankind. On the inside, it is depth without end.

Grasp either end and you have nothing. Grasp both and you have G‑d Himself.

Sefer Hasichot 5751 vol.1, pg. 84.

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