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Dwelling for G-d in the Physical World, A

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Dwelling for G-d in the Physical World, A: "a dwelling in the lowly realms": the concept taught by Chassidut that G-d desired to create a reality that is "lowly" and obscuring of His truth, in order that it be made into a "home" for Him-an environment that is hospitable to, subservient to, and expressive of His manifest presence
We already know from our sages that the purpose behind creation of this world is G‑d's desire to dwell in the lowest realms. But what did they mean by lowest?
The concept of dirah b'tachtonim ("a dwelling in the physical world") addresses the most basic questions of existence: What is our world? What is matter and physicality? What is holiness? What does G-d want of us? Why are we here?
Q. What is Chasidism? A. It's difficult to say. An examination of the internal lieterature addressing this question draws the conclusion that Chasidism is no less than the paradoxical communication of the ineffable core of divinity.
Having the right focus
We are grownups, busy, efficient and productive, with many important lists on our planners. It’s hard for big people to enter that magical space, where time is suspended and birds are chirping...
A survey of the roots of this question, the scientific context, the classical Kabbalistic answers, and the explanation offered by the Chassidic masters
meditations on G-d's desire for a world
The angels were stunned. They looked upon our world of cruelty between man and man, of mortal blindness to the most obvious of truths, and they said, "This place He desires? This He calls a garden of delight? This He wants to make His home?"
The Twelve Steps: Lesson 11, "VeZeh"
Your Mission Is Inevitable
After delineating our extraordinary Jewish privilege, power and potential, we were shown how the world is ripe with holy possibilities – awaiting actualization through our efforts. But what if I'm prepared to serve G-d personally, but prefer to opt out of...
The intimate connection between the people and their leader
Korach had a strong point to make: If we are all G-d’s people, what makes some more G-dly than others?
A Fresh Rendering of Chapter Five of the Classic Maamar, Basi L'Gani
A fresh, very readable adaptation of chapter five of the classic maamar, Basi LeGani.
The Unique Role of the Human Being
G-d's Partner in Creation
How we serve as G-d's partners by using the physical world around us to serve a higher purpose.
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