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When the Holy Temple stood in Jerusalem, and all Jews would come there for the three annual... Read More »
It is the custom of many communities (and such is the Chabad custom) to continue the weekly study of... Read More »
Doesn't this happen to us all the time? We get angry -- at a stranger, at a friend, at a loved one -- only to later discover that we were never truly angry at them, but at the person we thought they were...
– The Chassidic Masters

There are times to bend like a reed in the wind.
And there are times to act as a stubborn wall against the tide.

There are things that lie at the periphery of life. Then every “I hold like this” and “my opinion is . . .” stands in the way of harmony and peace. Every such “I” is the very root and source of evil.


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