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Tanya: fundamental text of Chabad Chassidic philosophy, written by the movement’s founder, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi in the 18th century; Tanya'' is the initial word of the book, which is also called Likkutei Amarim ("Collected Discourses'') and Sefer shel Beinonim ("The Book of the Intermediates'')
The portion of Chayei Sarah begins, “And Sarah’s lifetime was 127 years, the years of Sarah’s life.” Genesis 23:1. The question is asked: If scripture already said, “And Sarah’s lifetime was 127 years,” why does it add, “the years of Sarah’s life?” Also, ...
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