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We have the right to make demands. We have the right and the obligation to demand a redemption without travail, a birth without pain. We have filled our measure of such a hundred times over.

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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March 13, 2013
Demand Your Rights
I ask Hashem, blessed be He, to bring me back to my people. My heart return have been fulfilled by His grace, but the gathering, denied. Why? Should I pay for the sins of my ancestors? I refuse to continue life in ignorance through which I was born and raised. I have the right to my return. As a human being and as part of a member of the tribe of Yisrael. I have renounced my past. The turmoil, and chaos of a life without truth. The truth of the Living G-d. Now I am free, to live, and to die with Him, and in Him!!!
Anonymous
Arizona, USA
August 29, 2012
I want
I want that this be true, and I have heard from the Rebbe and my own Rabbi that our dues are all paid up. I have heard that a negative prophecy does not have to come true. I want that the Messiah should come without Gog and Magog, without the women of Jerusalem being ravaged, without Electromagnetic traumas or nuclear events. I just wanted to express that.
Emily Brown
South Carolina
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