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Two Powerful Ideas That Changed the Jewish Psyche

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Two Powerful Ideas That Changed the Jewish Psyche

The Rebbe taught the path toward personal and global transformation by introducing new paradigms, which alter the way we think, and personify true Jewish leadership. (A talk from the virtual event “Transcend and Transform” by Merkos 302)
G-dly Soul, Jewish Unity, Lubavitcher Rebbe

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Tziporah Lorincz Australia October 29, 2020

Beautiful message. I do believe that every human being, Jewish or not, is a part of the Devine!! I feel like we must remember this during the process of finding the Devine spark in trauma and toxic thoughts etc, we may have, so that we may treat every individual who is going through this also, with compassion and love. Reply

Elena Kiel Brooklyn October 29, 2020

Beautiful teachings of the Rebbe OBM, caringly presented. The Rebbe also believed in privacy, having told his shluchim: what is said within the walls of the rooms in 770 stays there. Cannot possibly be "my brothers keeper" if there is no dialogue. Shiurim and letters can be meaningful communications, but nothing replaces the respect and openness that comes from dialogue, and the resulting more truthful messages and conclusions that emerge from real communication. Thank you for this beautiful shiur. Reply

Elena Kiel Brooklyn October 30, 2020
in response to Elena Kiel:

Please don't misunderstand my comments. People can indeed be victims, regardless of the beautiful words. Reply

CS Brooklyn October 29, 2020

Love your neighbor as yourself, and awareness of self as soul according to Chassidus so we emerge “more blessed, more Kind, more loving” ... is a great way to be. Just I’d like to add the purpose. We are all part of helping to reveal Moshiach. That is the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s vision. Reply

Rabbi Z USA October 29, 2020

Rabbi Jacobson

a awesome

b I wouldn't use the word "a fragment" but "a part" of G-d Reply

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