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What is the effect of our thought on our action in performing a mitzvah? Rabbi Eli Silberstein explains this with a puzzling Talmudic passage that states that G-d joins a positive thought to an action.

The Power of Good Intentions

The Power of Good Intentions

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The Power of Good Intentions

What is the effect of our thought on our action in performing a mitzvah? Rabbi Eli Silberstein explains this with a puzzling Talmudic passage that states that G-d joins a positive thought to an action.
Action; Deed, Thought
Rabbi Eli Silberstein is director of Chabad of Ithaca, NY. He lectures on Talmudic law and Jewish mysticism and is author of JLI courses. Rabbi Silberstein is renowned for his vast knowledge of Jewish law, philosophy and kabbalah.
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Rachel montana Jerusalem November 16, 2014

Beautiful, just makes you want to run to do mitzvas. Reply

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