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Daily Thought
Abraham stood over them under the tree and they ate.—Genesis 18:8 When Abraham stood over them, only then were the angels capable of eating and elevating their food.—Rabbi Dov Ber of Lubavitch What more spiritual activity could there be than eating, when it is done not only with the mouth, but with the mind? When a human being eats and his mind and soul are engaged, he separates the good from the bad, the divine from the mundane. The food rises to a higher realm. And then the divine sparks he has discovered within the food carry him yet higher. The angels...
 
 
 
 
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December 2 - 10, 2018

 
Daily Quote
Every affliction to befall man has a set time to end; as it is written (Job 28:3), "An end He set to darkness, and every limit He investigates."
Midrash Tanchuma