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Avodah (Service of G-d)

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It is not enough to let our people go. We have to take them somewhere.
The chassidic sage Rabbi Dov Ber of Radoschitz once asked his teacher and master, the famed "Seer of Lublin" about the right path to the service of G-d...
The Rebbe sat in a state of d'veikut for a long while. Then lifted his head and said with great feeling: "You speak of all that you need. But you say nothing of what you are are needed for"
All entities will exist on an infinitely higher plane.
All entities will exist on an infinitely higher plane.
Word resounded throughout the supernal worlds: "Because Rabbi Israel Baal Shem Tov has forced the hand of heaven to overturn the laws of nature, he has forfeited his portion in the World to Come"
The Point of Religion
Religions throughout the world are comprised of myriad rules, rites, and acts of devotion, leading many to focus primarily on the mediums of religion rather than its message. The Hebrew word for religious worship, avodah, however, has less to do with outw...
There is no such thing as “feeling like a nothing” for those who are spiritually alive and growing.
What can we provide that an infinite G‑d would possibly need?
Only G‑d knows how precious those moments of one’s inner work are.
Do we look at G‑d’s commandments as responsibilities and chores? Or do we see a mitzvah as another opportunity to become closer to Him?
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