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Why Didn't G-d Create a World Without Suffering?
Why did G-d create the world in such a way that we can only experience redemption after having first endured the hardships of exile?
Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 12
The first stage of the Jewish people's Exile was when the rabbis were sent away, but the "final straw" was when the children stopped studying. Guest Expert: Rabbi Manis Friedman. (From “Messages”—Season 4, Episode 12)
A Tisha B’Av Class
Why it is illogical to say that the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, and the subsequent exile, came about as a punishment for the Jewish people.
The awesome potential of the G-dly soul may go unrealized only until a moment of truth wakes us up from our spiritual slumber.
Globalization & the End of Work: Lesson 1
Globalization & the End of Work
What does an authentic experience mean to you? What parts of your life are “plastic simulations”?
12 Tammuz 5745 • July 1, 1985
The Stalinist regime that imprisoned my father-in-law, the Rebbe, in 1927, was then a superpower. Despite that, he defied his oppressors. He did not budge an inch in anything that jeopardized his principles. Even at the train station, about to be exiled, ...
Lag B’omer, 5740 · May 4, 1980
G-d has promised to redeem us from exile. G-d Himself could have chosen to remain in the Heavens, separate from the exile, and from afar direct events to finally lead to our redemption. But Rabbi Shimon ben Yochai tells us otherwise: “Every place where th...
The purpose of exile has been explained with a parable: G-d hides from us, like a father hides from his son - in order to evoke the son's deepest desire to find his father and be close to him again.
The Passover Seder clarifies why there’s no word for history in the Torah.
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