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Kabbalah & Chassidism; Mysticism

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One end of the Torah is here on earth and the other end is in heaven, and it is on this bridge that G-d wants us to walk.
A caricature of neurotic self-absorption, or the most encouraging and optimistic perspective of reality in the history of human awareness?
"Know your enemy" is often the key to knowing yourself. And knowing yourself is always the key to defeating your enemies...
We are all warriors, for we each harbor the conviction that we were born to make a difference
War
Love is the hallmark of Judaism; some of us even claim that we taught that word to the world. This Shabbat, however, we will stand in our synagogues and listen to a reading from the Torah that tells us to hate.
According to the School of Shammai, if your spouse is unfaithful; according to the School of Hillel, a burnt supper is grounds; Rabbi Akiva says, "even if he found another more beautiful than she."
Placing an infinite value on every human life means an utter rejection of any "scale" by which to quantify and qualify its worth.
Applying a law pertaining to employer-employee relations, the Rebbe asks: what are G-d's obligations toward us when we labor to fulfill the purpose towards which He placed us in the world?
A mystical interpretation of the law of the "beautiful captive"
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