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– From a 1944 letter by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, recalling his days as a refugee in Vichy France

On our own, we cannot reach higher than our own fingertips lifted high.
We cannot break out of our own skin;
we cannot lift ourselves up by pulling at our own hair;
all of our achievements are tied to our own ego;
all that we may comprehend is defined by our own subjective perception.

We are prisoners by virtue of...

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