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You Can Tip the Scales

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You Can Tip the Scales

Maimonides writes that a Jew must view himself and the entire world as equally balanced between good and evil, and that his every word, thought, and action can have a tremendous impact. In reality however, remaining mindful of this at all times and not losing oneself for even a moment, is a tremendous feat.
Individual, The Power & Uniqueness of the, Lubavitcher Rebbe
You Can Tip the Scales
Disc 136, Program 542

Event Date: 10 Nissan 5733 - April 12, 1973

Maimonides writes that a Jew must view himself and the entire world as equally balanced between good and evil, and that his every word, thought, and action can have a tremendous impact. In reality however, remaining mindful of this at all times and not losing oneself for even a moment, is a tremendous feat.

In this talk, the Rebbe teaches that regardless of the weight of our past or the personal limitations of our present, it is quite attainable – if we relive our exodus from Egypt.

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