Areivut (Mutual Responsibility)

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Areivut (Mutual Responsibility): (a) the mutual responsibility that exists among the Jewish people; (b) responsibility as a guarantor
The Life and Writings of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson—Part One
To study the writings of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson, father of the late Lubavitcher Rebbe, is to realize that his entire life was an extended meditation on the mysterious entanglement of body and soul . . .
1929
After their wedding the couple moved to Berlin, where both pursued university studies; he in philosophy and science, she in German and mathematics.
What exactly was Noah supposed to do? How could he have been an influence for good in a society bent on evil? Was he really meant to speak in an age when no one would listen?
Hostile factions can become a single cohesive group so long as they are faced with a shared challenge that all can achieve together but none can do alone.
The building of the Tabernacle was the first great project the Israelites undertook together. It involved their generosity and skill. It gave them the chance to give back to God a little of what He had given them.
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When my family first moved into the Orthodox Jewish community, I had a serious case of culture shock.
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