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Mothers for Peace

25 Iyar, 5747 • May 24, 1987

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Mothers for Peace : 25 Iyar, 5747 • May 24, 1987

The Midrash explains that in Egypt the Jews were not united as a people. But with each passing day after the Exodus, they became more unified. And when they finally reached Mount Sinai, they encamped “as one person, with one heart.” It was then that G-d entrusted them with His Torah, “whose ways are all pleasantness, and all her paths are peace.”
Lubavitcher Rebbe
Mothers for Peace
25 Iyar, 5747 • May 24, 1987
Disc 35, Program 140

Event Date: 25 Iyar 5747 - May 24, 1987

The Midrash explains that in Egypt the Jews were not united as a people. But with each passing day after the Exodus, they became more unified. And when they finally reached Mount Sinai, they encamped “as one person, with one heart.” It was then that G-d entrusted them with His Torah, “whose ways are all pleasantness, and all her paths are peace.”

Torah unites all people and all aspects of life in one common Divine goal. The greatest thanks for achieving this goal goes to the Jewish woman. She sets the atmosphere of the home, and ensures that everything there supports G-d’s plan. She causes the Redemption, because she already “lives” it – even in the midst of the turbulent exile, her home exemplifies the peace and harmony of Torah.

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