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Daily Thought
G‑d said to Abram, “Go to yourself, from your land, from your birthplace and from your father’s house, to the land which I will show you.”—Genesis 12:1 If you were not you, if you saw yourself from the eyes of another, how would you see your journeys through life? You would see how each journey leads away from home. Away from your birthplace, from those who nurtured you and that which made you what you are. Outwards, away from yourself in so many directions. But you see your journey from within. From within, every...
 
 
 
 
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Daily Quote
The Talmud (Berachot 6b) says, "A person should always be scrupulous about the Minchah prayer." The special quality of Minchah is that it comes in the middle of the day, when people are occupied and busy with their personal affairs, yet they interrupt these to pray to G-d.
R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi (Hayom Yom, 22 Adar I