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The Talmud (Berachot 6b) says, "A person should always be scrupulous about the Minchah prayer." The special quality of Minchah is that it comes in the middle of the day, when people are occupied and busy with their personal affairs, yet they interrupt these to pray to G-d.
– R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi (Hayom Yom, 22 Adar I

How could it be?

How could a human ego know it is nothing but a figment of a greater mind—and yet remain a human being?

How could a physical eye see infinite light—and yet remain an eye?

How could a stone scream out that there is nothing else but G‑d—and yet remain a stone?

It must be that the true reality of all...

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