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G-d is the ultimate oneness, and everything G-dly in our world bears the stamp of His unity. All evil derives from the distortion of this oneness by the veil of divisiveness in which G-d shrouds His creation
Rabbi Sholom DovBer of Lubavitch

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Second Passover

April 29, 2018

 
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All humor aside, Jewish communities have historically done the honorable work of accommodating and supporting schnorrers with dignity.
Traditionally, a baal teshuvah was someone who left the good path and has now returned. But then, we are all constantly returning. Or, at least, we should be.
What of the world and all that is in it? What of the empirical sightings of our fleshly eye? Is it only an illusion?
If the pragmatic circumstances of Shalo’s life gave me pause, the physical crises he had endured and wondrously overcome from birth onward completely bowled me over.
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