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Atzmut (the "essence" of G-d)

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One day soon, the material world will speak more than any spiritual being could know.
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How everyone, children included, can apprehend the unknowable essence of G-d
In a single cryptic sentence R. Schneur Zalman of Liaidi pushed the limits of divine knowledge to an unprecedentedly esoteric height and paradoxically declared that the loftiest peak is openly accessible to all.
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