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To each of his disciples Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov revealed his task in life, and one, who is the hero of our story, he instructed to become a wandering storyteller. “You will know when your mission...

Afterlife is a very rational, natural consequence of the order of things.
After all, nothing is ever lost—even the body only transforms into earth. But nothing is lost.

So too, the person you are is never lost. That person—that soul—only returns to its origin.

If your soul became acutely attached to the material...

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The Jewish people have never stopped studying Torah, regardless of whether we’ve lived in times of prosperity or persecution . . .
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It is imperative that in every Jewish community a library be established – a place where books of Torah can be found — simple books for those with a basic knowledge of Judaism, as well as deeper ones...
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Early 20th-century sage described by the Rebbe as an ‘unmatched scholar’
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Turnusrufus asked Rabbi Akiva: "If your G-d loves the poor, why doesn't He feed them?" Said Rabbi Akiva to him: "I'll give you an analogy: A king got angry on his child and locked him away in a dungeon, and commanded that he not be given to eat or to drink; and a person fed the king's child. When the king hears of this, does he not reward that person...?"
– Talmud, Bava Batra 10a
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