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An archive of the "Living Torah," the weekly video magazine featuring the Rebbe's application of Torah to timely events and issues.

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A Reason to Dance
Disc: 186 / Program: 741 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 27 Shevat, 5748 • February 15, 1988
May we very soon prepare for the marriage of the Jewish people with G-d. Midrash Rabbah says that until Moshiach, our relationship is like an engagement, and in the future, it will be a complete marriage.
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Making of Leaders
Disc: 175 / Program: 699 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 27 Shevat, 5748 • February 15, 1988
The word nasi means to lift up, and a nasi, a Jewish leader, needs to elevate every single Jew, both spiritually and physically.
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Promoting Torah
Disc: 147 / Program: 585 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 27 Shevat, 5748 • February 15, 1988
Simply publishing a Torah book is not enough today. In our times, you need to advertise it and publicize its contents.
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Everlasting Bond
Disc: 136 / Program: 544 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 27 Shevat, 5748 • February 15, 1988
At a wedding, we hear it said that a marriage is “an everlasting edifice.” This holds true even in the face of a tragedy which seems to contradict it.
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Moses Who Loves Them Shall Rebuke Them
Disc: 116 / Program: 461 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 27 Shevat, 5748 • February 15, 1988
“Rebuke comes in two ways. One is to focus on the wrong, proceeding to correct it. The other is to focus on the good that one is capable of. The wrong will then take care of itself.”
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Capitalize on the Blessings
Disc: 108 / Program: 432 | Eye to Eye
Event Date: 27 Shevat, 5748 • February 15, 1988
“The Talmud and commentaries explain that the word ‘bracha – blessing’ comes from the expression “one who bends a grapevine.” A blessing is certainly a good thing, but it requires the person’s involvement as well, to ‘sow,’ ‘plow,’ and ‘harvest’ its fruits.”
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