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Parshah (Weekly Torah)
Some religious doctrines see marriage as a concession to human weakness. Nothing could be further from Jewish thought . . .
Jewish Tales from the Past
“So make it yellow,” replied Kusheh. And that is exactly what he did.

To create is to reveal the parts from the whole.

To repair takes a greater wisdom. It is to discover the whole from the shattered parts.

He creates a world, knowing it will be broken, so He may empower us with that wisdom to repair.

TheRebbe.org
The Previous Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak, compared chassidic teachings to pearls and coal. Pearls, he explained, are found in the depths of the sea, while coal is found deep in the earth.
When something is broken below, repair it above. And know that it is never truly repaired above until it is in order below as well.
– The Chassidic Masters
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