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Chassidus stresses the permanent, eternal G-dliness of the Jewish soul: A piece of G-d from above, separated momentarily, only to come together again more deeply than before. That’s the beginning of Jewish life; it is the "modeh ani" of the morning.

The Top of the Morning

The Top of the Morning

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The Top of the Morning

Chassidus stresses the permanent, eternal G-dliness of the Jewish soul: A piece of G-d from above, separated momentarily, only to come together again more deeply than before. That’s the beginning of Jewish life; it is the "modeh ani" of the morning.
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Mr. Spencer Davis April 11, 2011

Thank You Rabbe Friedman Your teachings have saved my life Reply

Anonymous Chicago, IL December 29, 2010

Audios I just want to thank you for your sight. As a disabled Jew, I am not able to get out into the community or to the temple as often as I would like. Your tapes help me to learn more about my heritage and give me food for thought. I study with a partner weekly but your e-mails enable me to do something daily as well. Reply

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