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The very purpose of a garment is to conceal the inner core and portray an external facade.
A Lesson in Authenticity
We must be authentic in the way we present ourselves—not only holy and pure on the outside, but on the inside as well.
The priests were required to wear special clothing when performing their service in the Holy Temple. Similarly, the Torah scholars of ancient Babylonia would dress impressively, so as to encourage people to honor the Torah that they represented . . .
The three garments of the soul, the High Priest's eight vestments, a philosopher's skullcap, a soldier's boots, the Chassid's long black coat, Jacob's historic disguise...
Man is the only truly clothed creature—a creature who attires him- or herself not only for warmth and protection, but to alter, enhance, even transform, his very identity.
Woe to parents who discipline out of anger and, in their rage, forget their love.
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