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Our upstairs neighbors for the past four years have been, well, challenging to say the least.

When He made the world, He made two ways to repair each thing: With harshness or with compassion. With a slap or with a caress. With darkness or with light.

“And G‑d looked at the light and saw that it was good.” Darkness and harsh words may be necessary. But He never called them good.

Even if you could correct...

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He headed leading Chabad-Lubavitch yeshivahs, teaching thousands of students
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Every human being has incalculable worth; differences in ability are superimposed upon our innate humanity.
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From the upcoming book, Wisdom To Heal the Earth.
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Whenever she sees me, she throws a fit of rage and shouts at me in public or leaves the event, claiming she can't be in the same room with me.
Do not scorn any man, and do not discount any thing. For there is no man who has not his hour, and no thing that has not its place
– Ethics of the Fathers, 4:3
Purim of the Curtains (1623)
After a respected Jew was falsely accused of stealing the royal curtains from the governor's palace... Read More »
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