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Divine Providence

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Divine Providence: the concept that every event in the universe and every experience in a person's life, and their every aspect, is specifically guided and determined by the Divine will
What Is Hashgacha? The Ultimate User Interaction RankRankRankRankRankRank
Hashgacha is a kind of two-way interplay between Creator and creation, whereby each one responds and interacts with the other.
The Arizal provided the spark, the Baal Shem Tov the fuel, and Rabbi Schneur Zalman the structure and form. The result was a new paradigm that turned the Jewish world-view on its head. Everything had to be reconsidered. Just as geophysicists eventually ca...
A friend says she doesn't believe G‑d "causes" the consequence, because, she says, "we have free will."
Many a scholarly mind of his day found the notion absurd. That G‑d cared about the righteous deeds of those who did His will, that they understood. But why on earth would a great G‑d care about a fallen leaf in some forsaken forest?
Led By G-d's Hand The Baal Shem Tov's conception of Hashgacha Pratis Book RankRankRankRankRankRank
Nothing happens by chance; even a leaf blowing in the wind does so because G-d wills it to. This book presents several analytical treatises by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, on the Baal Shem Tov's conception of H...
The Skyline Man
A little guy drinking coffee in a soul-crushingly boring little diner where the prevalent philosophy is that the lights are “just on” . . .
To Be a Sun or a Black Hole? The Message of the Shabbat Candles RankRankRankRankRankRank
A Chabad emissary in the Ukraine touches the life of another through Shabbat candles, and light up their corner of the world with the awareness of G d—which is actually the very message of the Shabbat candle.
As I turned to walk away, he announced, "Wait a minute! I got more Jewish stuff too!" Then he said,"This is special," he grinned, "no?"
The warmth and the songs uplifted Marilyn in a way she hadn’t expected, creating a sense of openness inside her to whatever destiny had to offer.
“Go in peace,” said the Maggid to the destitute and unmarried young scholar. “Accept the first marriage proposal that is suggested to you.”
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