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Lipchitz, Jacques

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The Rabbi and the Sculptor
He said an artist needs inspiration, that you have to wait for a certain thing to come down--he called it the 'holy spirit'--and for him putting on tefillin gave him his inspiration for the day...
In a visit to Kfar Chabad, famed sculptor Jacques Lipchitz disclosed that he is alive at the time because of a blessing he received from the Rebbe thirteen years earlier. He also revealed that the Rebbe purchased a pair of tefillin for him which he wears ...
Those who have been Divinely gifted in art, whether sculpture or painting and the like, have the privilege of being able to convert an inanimate thing, such as a brush, paint and canvas, or wood and stone, etc., into living form.
Mrs. Lipchitz had been advised by Jewish leaders that the phoenix is a non-Jewish symbol. How could it be placed in Jerusalem, no less?
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