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Ahavat Yisrael: (lit. "love for one’s fellow Jews"); as enjoined by the Biblical precept “Love your fellow like yourself” (Leviticus 19:18).
We Are One
A healthy Jewish people is one big, caring family where each individual loves the other like his or her own self. And love for those closest to home nurtures love for the extended family of humanity . . .
A Treatise On Ahavas Yisrael by Rabbi Sholom DovBer Schneersohn of Lubavitch
Although "Love your fellow as yourself" is, as Rabbi Akiva taught, the great underlying principle of the Torah, actually achieving this love is a profound challenge for most people. Human personality is instead, often given to baseless hatred. This discou...
Ahavat Yisrael
If we are a religion, then some Jews are more Jewish, others less Jewish, and many not at all. Perhaps nothing has been as detrimental to the Jewish people as the modern idea that Judaism is a religion.
Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi's "Tanya" is the "bible of Chassidism" -- the fundamental work upon which dozens of books and thousands of maamarim (discourses) by seven generations of Chabad Rebbes are based. The "heart" of Tanya is its 32nd chapter which ...
What if someone said to you, "I love you, but I don't like your children"? You'd probably say: "You don't know anything about who and what I am, and you don't know what love is, either!"
How the Rebbe empowered each of us to prevent war and bring world peace
A little more love and caring between you and another Jew will generate more compassion and empathy in the entire world.
“I filled my car with diesel fuel instead of regular, and now it won’t start!”
A Taste of Text—Kedoshim
On a simple level, loving another means treating them with the respect with which you would want to be treated. On a deeper level, it is the ability to love another, like a father loves a child, regardless of who and what they are.
This chapter presents the chassidic manifesto of unconditional love towards every Jew. how to have it and how to use it.
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