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Rising With Faith
A Shavuot Message
In our religious and spiritual life, also, we have the seasons and festivals which recur year after year . . .
The Purpose of Freedom
A Shavuot Message
Seasons of the Soul
In the winter of our lives, it often seems that spring will never come . . .
True Love
If Rabbi Akiva’s motto was “Love your fellow as yourself,” why were his disciples disrespectful to one another?
Children Saved The Day!
A Letter from the Rebbe to Children
Never Be Content!
The Ten Days of Teshuva is given to us to enable us to atone and repent for any wrong deeds accounted for during the previous year, and to better our way of life in the new year.
The Purpose of Freedom
A Shavuot Message
The Basis of Society
A Shavuot Message
In a Free Nation
"In this blessed country of freedom and opportunity, such total identification with the spirit of the "Season of Our Liberation" pertains more to the inner self than to outside factors which are often beyond one's control."
How to Be Happy and Free
A Shavuot Message
The Israelites understood that there could be no real freedom -- freedom from any fear of oppression by others, and freedom from one's own evil inclinations -- except through laws of justice and righteousness.
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