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As might be expected, Hershel the Hilarious was the most popular guy in Mosayov among the idle, the crude, the silly and the drinkers . . .
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An address to children at a Lag BaOmer parade
Her father disowned her; she lost her social status in the community; she lost her friends and her neighbors.
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On Shabbat eve, G-d imparts an additional soul to the person, and at Shabbat's end, He takes it away
– Talmud, Beitza 16a
Don’t be afraid of the other person because he is different from you. There is far more in common between any two human beings than there are differences.
As for the differences, think of them as the hooks that hold us together.
Differences are the thing we have most in common.
The Rebbe was talking to children and...
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