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According to Jewish law, one must wash each morning before prayers just like the priests would wash before performing their service in the Holy Temple. What is the difference between washing for holiness and washing for purity? (Based on Likutei Sichos vol. 31, p. 184.)

Holiness and Purity

Holiness and Purity

Parsha Ki-Tisa

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Rabbi Moishe New heads the Montreal Torah Center. He is a sought out lecturer on Kabbalah and its relevance in our lives today.
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February 23, 2016
Thank you, Rabbi, for teaching me this perspective on washing hands each morning.
Anonymous
California
chabadcenter.org
September 26, 2013
A personal word of praise for Moishe New
Rabbi; no one, absolutely no one has helped and validated me more than you did and do in my endeavor to unite myself with my G-d. To you I forever shall remain obliged. And if not now then later, if not later then after time I shall meet you and thank you in the presence of our Everything, the One and Only, the G-D of Israel.

Shalom.
zeynep
March 4, 2013
Thank you!
Thank you!
Avigayil Chana
Boston
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