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Weekly Magazine
Why on earth do we thank G‑d with a blessing about bread from the heavens? The bread we eat, bread grown from the ground with great investment of toil and time, is categorically different from the manna in the desert, which miraculously descended from the heavens each morning of their 40-year sojourn.
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Daily Thought
When you will eat from the toil of your hands, then you will be happy and it will be good for you. —Psalms 128:2 Note that it says “the toil of your hands”—and not the toil of your inner self. —Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi Work anxiety is a sign that you’ve invested too much into earning a living. It’s one thing to invest money and time, even skill and ingenuity. It’s another thing to invest your very essence and being. Your essence and being doesn’t do well working for a living. It doesn’t belong there. It belongs...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Daily Quote
Our sages tell us that the Holy Temple was destroyed and we were exiled from our land because there was "baseless hatred" amongst us. Accordingly, the way to bring the Redemption is through baseless love -- to love a fellow even though one sees no cause whatsoever for such love.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe