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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
In the face of all our many imperfections, what does it mean to hope for - and attain - redemption? In this last installment of “Love. Joy. Truth.” join us as we explore the utility of failure, and the meaning of redemption.
The Twelve Steps: Lesson 11, "VeZeh"
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 Unique Role of the Human Being
How we serve as G-d's partners by using the physical world around us to serve a higher purpose.
Why Didn't G-d Create a World Without Suffering?
Why did G-d create the world in such a way that we can only experience redemption after having first endured the hardships of exile?
The Laver in the Holy Temple
A deeper meaning to why the copper wash-basin in the Temple was made from mirrors used by the Jewish women to beautify themselves throughout their slavery in Egypt.
Chaos erupts and two Rabbi Infinites engage in existential debate while Feivel attempts to save the world (and himself) from an angered golem.
We engage our physical world and nurture it, to find the common grain of truth, to expose and reveal the G-dly aspect latent in all of creation.
When the Rabbi's wacky neighbor Jonathan moves in for a while, things get pretty wacky, and we all learn a lesson about making the world a home for G-d.
Farbrengen, 10 Shevat, 5732 • January 26, 1972
The Previous Rebbe wrote a discourse that served as his last teaching. Its title quotes the verse where G-d says, “I have come to My garden, My abode.” By choosing those powerful words, the Rebbe taught his generation and future generations, that beneath ...
The inner principle of celibacy is self-removal from the temptations and distractions of mundane daily life for the sake of a pursuit of holiness. According to the Torah, however, the holiest of holy possibilities is to be found precisely in the most mund...
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