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Letter & Spirit - Personal and Public Correspondence of the Lubavitcher Rebbe

Belief and Trust in G-d

In Good Hands
100 Letters and Talks of the Lubavitcher Rebbe Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson on Bitachon: Trusting in G d
How to Dispel Anxiety And Worry
Jewish anxiety is rooted in the Jewish soul, and must be examined (and cured) on that level.
I have received your letter, in which you write about your present situation.
Being Realistic AND Positive
Can one be both realistic and postive at the same time?
A gentleman wrote to the Rebbe in English about his wife who suffered from agoraphobia (fear of being in a public place)
Are We to Have Blind Faith?
Does Jewish tradition demand blind faith, or are the Jewish people expected to question and ultimately understand all aspects of their faith?
Does accepting our tradition mean that we cannot understand it?
What an education can and cannot do
With Torah and Judaism being so vast, as the prophet said, “Longer than the earth, and wider than the sea,” how and where do we begin?
It would be ironic and even destructive for man not to tend to his physical needs until he can fully comprehend all aspects and functions of the body. Is the same true in regard to spirituality?
I must say that it is one of the most "amazing" letters I have ever received, based on a most amazing conclusion of a person who, after following the Jewish way of life for 17 years, has now decided that it was wrong because he did it for the sake of his wife and family.
The Rebbe responds to a young child about proof that G-d created the world and whether prayer will get him his much-desired trumpet.
You Say You're an Atheist...
Can one’s protestations against G‑d themselves be proof of belief in the existence of G‑d?
Yoke of Heaven
How to reconcile what seems to be blind religious observance with fundamental rationalism.
Is the misbehavior of some religious Jews reason to reject the truth of the Torah?
If Your Soul Is Starving...
Could a person understand the digestive system without actually eating first?
The singular unity within Judaism
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