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Benyamin Bresinger

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It gets dirty; it can even lose its shine. But a diamond always remains a precious stone.
That’s what Yom Kippur does. It’s the annual buffing of the soul. The soul, like the diamond, always remains precious.
G-d not only desires to have a world with people, G-d wants an intimate relationship with each one of us.
Sometimes it feels like it takes a lot more work to be humble then to be miserable. It's that work that G‑d wants from us...
The ultimate secret is that there is a loving caring Father in heaven who is recreating us anew constantly. We are precious, imperfect and valuable beyond our wildest imagination.
G-d is saying,"Just as my love for your ancestors compelled me to schlep them out, so too, my love for you can be trusted to schlep you out of the narrow places of your own thinking."
The celebration of Purim is part of this ongoing love story between G-d and His people. Because of G-d remaining anonymous He gave us the chance to shine.
Next time you see a tree, pause and ask yourself - Am I growing? Am I changing?
The Rebbe taught us that we should thank G-d that today we don't have to sacrifice our lives -- but more than ever we do have to sacrifice our will.
We all have triumphs, many a day. Sometimes the struggles outnumber them. At the end of the day, every time we win it is because we have G-d in our lives.
A little old lady with a thick Eastern European accent reached out and touched Lara and said, "My dear, I was in three concentration camps. Let go, my dear. Let go."
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