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Tzvi Freeman is a senior editor at Chabad.org. He is also the author of two volumes of Bringing Heaven Down to Earth -- collections of meditations based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe -- as well as numerous articles and essays on Jewish mysticism, philosophy and practice. He also writes Chabad.org's widely acclaimed Daily Dose of Wisdom, mailed daily to tens of thousands of subscribers. Subscribe to regular updates of Rabbi Freeman's writing with the Freeman Files subscription.
In truth, there are two possible channels by which to receive your livelihood, according to the perspective you take in life . . .
The very core of reality is G-d’s shattered dream, waiting for us to pick up the pieces.
There is a certain madness to this idea of talking to G‑d, of saying “You” to the Ground of Reality.... Like the madness of love or of unbounded joy
Build an ark of meditation and prayer. Let the floods of life lift you higher.
A parable: A father answers the questions of his child and they are happy together, in joyful dialogue. Then the child asks a question, and the father must think deeply—not just for the answer, but to reach to the essence of this answer so he may bring it...
G‑d saw the fire and the ice, the storm and the narrow straits that plague our final journey, and He knew that no soul could bear such pain. So He anesthetized our souls. Our love and fear, our sensitivity to anything G‑dly—all that was put to sleep. Only...
There are two approaches to healing: One is to find whatever has been weakened and damaged by illness, then repair and strengthen it. Another is to find whatever remains viable and healthy, and support and strengthen it. Since it is one body, fortifying o...
Nothing can hold you back—not your childhood, not the history of a lifetime, not even the very last moment before now. In a moment you can abandon your past. And once abandoned, you can redefine it. If the past was a ring of futility, let it become a whee...
There are two vantage points for G-d: Within and Beyond. 'Within' is the view of the created. Fixed within a defined reality, consumed with its own importance, where things matter and life is real. 'Beyond' is the view of the Creator, detached and transce...
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