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Atzmut (the "essence" of G-d)

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Ultimately, the reward for our efforts will not be limited to that which we have directly earned—that which is humanly possible to achieve. During the Resurrection Era, we will be treated to a reward which can only be viewed as a gift from Above.
Maimonides contends that the ultimate reward for our good deeds will be in the spiritual Gan Eden ("Paradise"), to be experienced by souls alone. Nachmanides strongly disagrees...
Farbrengen, 10 Shevat, 5732 • January 26, 1972
The Previous Rebbe wrote a discourse that served as his last teaching. Its title quotes the verse where G-d says, “I have come to My garden, My abode.” By choosing those powerful words, the Rebbe taught his generation and future generations, that beneath ...
In order to get some intimation of the Infinite One Who is beyond all conception, the mind naturally fills in what is inconceivable with ideas that are logical and comprehensible. A still deeper appreciation of Infinity thus requires a certain hollowing o...
The revelatory trace (reshimu) of divine withdrawal
Must G-d lie beyond human grasp? The Kabbalistic motif of the trace transforms the symbolic void of tzimtzum into a meaningful gesture of emptiness, a distinct characterization of divine transcendence.
1965
The Rebbe articulated a vision of Chassidism that illuminates the theological and methodological principle at the core of all his teachings.
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