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Penimiyut (Innerness; Integrity)

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Penimiyut (Innerness; Integrity): (lit. "innerness"); the endeavor to make one's deeds and attainments an integral part of one's being; the opposite of superficiality
Return: Five Paths for Getting Closer to G-d - Lesson 2
Earnestly embracing the moment as a way of experiencing intimacy with G-d.
An audio recording of a class on Big Book and Judaism - Authenticity
To be in the moment, you can't recede into the comfort of your own little reality. You have to be brave, and stay in G-d's reality. This is what Twelve-Step Programs often call:"Accepting life on life's terms."
"Sixty-two years have now passed," related Reb Pesach, "since I was privileged to hear from the Rebbe, your grandfather, that Shema is Yisrael..."
(Otherwise known as the PDA)
It's the paradox of modern life: we're connected all the time, so were never connected to this moment in time...
As the most direct and simple line between two points, it is misleadingly the surest way to town; but in truth, the "direct approach" is a dead end
A chassid is a mystic. A chassid is pious. A chassid is joyous. A chassid is selfless. A chassid is a revolutionary. What is the common denominator of all these traits? That a chassid lives life from the inside.
Late one night, there was a knock on his door. On his threshold stood an old man with a long white beard and a countenance as radiant as the heavens
The study of Kabbala affects our relationship with the nations
The study of Kabbala affects our relationship with the nations
"It seems," the horses surmised, "that we are not men after all, but angels, who do not partake of earthly food at all"
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