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Oneness of G-d

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To believe that the world is something separate, an entity unto itself, would be to accept that G‑d is not really everything. This would assume that He is one thing and that the world is another thing.
Having mastered the building blocks of the alefbet--the vav and the yud--Miri discovers the secret of letter number one: The Alef. It's the secret of making one out of many.
I accept that some sort of “Higher Being” created the universe. But why couldn’t there be many such beings?
Parsha Va'etchanan
The Torah instructs us to know G-d’s unity: “The L-rd is G-d in the heaven above and upon the earth below there is none else.” What is the nature of G-d’s unity?
G‑d and G‑dliness
There is none else but G‑d, but nevertheless, not all is G‑dly.
In my youth/ My eyes beheld/ Realities to the millions...
When we would be at odds with G-d and He with us, the two angels would turn away from one another. But when the two of us would be in harmony, the temple priests would open the curtains and show us the two figurines entwined in embrace...
There is none else beside Him (4:36) Rabbi Binyomin Kletzker, a Chabad chassid and disciple of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, was a lumber merchant. One year, while he was adding up the annual accounts, he inadvertently filled in under a column of figures...
“Fundraising for bribes?” objected Rabbi Baruch. “Surely the matter can be dealt with in a more elevated way. Could you not teach our Jews the ‘echad’ of my holy grandfather?”
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