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She calls this her “ultimate artwork”—having her body cremated after she dies and then compressed to form a diamond . . .
For the haftarah of Re'eh, From the Teachings of the Rebbe
There are precious stones that produce their own light from within. Then there are others that reflect light.
It gets dirty; it can even lose its shine. But a diamond always remains a precious stone.
That’s what Yom Kippur does. It’s the annual buffing of the soul. The soul, like the diamond, always remains precious.
Ephraim Katz recalls a hapless business trip he took to Tanzania to purchase gemstones. Luckily, it turned out to be very lucrative – but only thanks to the Rebbe’s blessing and guidance along the way. (1980's)
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