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The truly humble soul recognizes that its mission in life lies in the pragmatic aspect of Torah, both in studying it for himself and explaining it to others; and in doing acts of material kindness by lending an empathizing mind and counsel from afar regarding household concerns, though the majority, if not all, of these concerns are things of falsehood. For the loftiest beginnings are rooted in the end.
– From a note penned by Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi shortly before his passing

One who has given up hope is without a G-d.

One who awaits liberation each day is already free.

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