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Torah is the interface between the Infinite and creation. On the outside, it speaks the language of humankind. On the inside, it is depth without end.

Grasp either end and you have nothing. Grasp both and you have G‑d Himself.

Sefer Hasichot 5751 vol.1, pg. 84.

From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. To order Rabbi Freeman’s book, Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, click here.
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February 1, 2015
Essence of the Torah
The Torah is not a novel about people, places, kings, killing each other...nor is it a moral code to live in this world. It takes you through the inner process to develop your soul through a lengthy correction process.

The Torah explains how we change all our egoistic intentions towards others and use them altruistically. Every word in the Torah is only a dressing for a quality within you that can reform an egoistic intention and make it ressonate in synchrony with G_dliness.
In a specific incident, the Torah tells us that 'Cain' is a force in you that wants all the abundance for himself until 'Abel' a force that desires to give disappears. Then 'Cain' has kiilled 'Abel'. Therafter -

The Torah details how we use the help of the desire of 'Moses' to exit our evil inclination and overide it with the giving intention.
Brenda
Toronto, Canada
May 24, 2012
Gold Between the Pages
Torah is the light of GOD to approach Torah of a humble heart is to see the revealed light she possesses. We can only grasp the portion of the light we are offered each week in the hope the parsha we receive may give out hearts enough lights to face the week ahead.Torah is re written copy of the creation GOD put in place and Moshe' wrote it down accordingly.
Gavri Hanita Hazaka Abir Selek 2nd
Vancouver, Canada
May 20, 2012
On grasping G-d's Torah...
So what this Daily Dose is saying is that one should not only study the literal, surface meaning of Torah, but look for deeper meaning in our Holy Torah! Very well put!
Justin Roth
Staten Island, NY
May 28, 2009
These pithy insights make my day
The Torah is indeed of infinite depth. I am on my first cycle of Talmud and I feel like I have just scratched the surface.
Jonathan Freeman
Tucson, AZ
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