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Feminine Bread

Feminine Bread

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A man’s way is to serve your impoverished soul ideas—perhaps you will be wise enough to translate those ideas into deeds.

But a woman goes straight for the stomach and the core. She tells you, “This is who you are, and this is what you must do to be who you are.”

By Tzvi Freeman
From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. Subscribe and get your dose daily. Or order Rabbi Freeman’s book, Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, click here.
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Brenda Toronto, Canada January 27, 2016

Male Wisdom From the Kabbalistic perception:
'Female' is the code for our egoistic nature which is revealed to us by the light of Hochma.

The 'Male' energy is the code for G_odliness - mercy and desire to come out of yourself to connect with others.

Just when we think we are clinging onto G_dliness and bathe in the light of Hassadim, we fall back into the female energy and our corrupted nature is revealed in the Light of Hochma, showing us what needs correction. Reply

Inge Reisinger zwickau January 27, 2016

i love this thought of the day and especially the comments - thank you this makes me a smile for the whole day Reply

Silvana Origlia Vienna, Austria December 13, 2008

male and female Dear Rav Freeman,
I feel that your psychology on men and women is fine and great! (But maybe there is no need to post this comment coming from an impoverished female soul.) Thanking you, Reply

cecilia December 12, 2008

yep My husband calls this trait of mine: Foot in Mouth Disease. Thank you for putting it in another way that does not end with disease. Reply