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A famous talk by the Lubavitcher Rebbe analyzes the lives of Noah, Abraham and Moses as milestones in humanity’s journey from an instinctive selfhood to a true concept of “love” for one’s fellow. We also encounter the basis of the Rebbe’s groundbreaking a...
The EMTs told employees at the eatery to call 911 and then left when they were asked to help. The woman was eventually taken to a hospital, where she died a short time later...
Rabbi J.B. Soloveitchik's "The Lonely Man of Faith", and the famous chapter 32 of the Tanya of Rabbi Shcneur Zalman of Liadi. To state the contrast is not to formulate an opposition; simply to open another gate...
Isn’t marriage between man and woman a violation of the laws of kilayim, which prohibit the intermixing of divergent species?
Thirty two articles and stories on love: filial love, romantic love, friendship, love of self, love of G-d -- so different from each other, yet somehow all the same
How can we truly love another? Isn’t that a logical impossibility?
Some commandments share “verse space” with another mitzvah. It is interesting to analyze these “compound verses” to find the unifying thread. Rebuke and love . . . Love and revenge . . . Know, but remain silent . . .
The devoted family, an anchorage amid confusion, is rapidly disappearing. It is time to return to the values which created bonds of respect between children and parents.
The idea that the entire Torah focuses around the theme of one's relationship with other people is quite striking
Robbing is akin to slaying someone, but if the aggressor has remorse we let him off the hook!?
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