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Some people are waiting for a final, apocalyptic war. But the final war is fought not on battlefields, nor at sea, nor in the skies above. Neither is it a war between leaders or...
 
 
 
 
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Fast of Tevet 10

December 18, 2018

 
Daily Quote
Every kindness bestowed by G-d should cause a person to be exceedingly humble. For a Divine kindness means that G-d is literally bringing the person closer to Himself; and the closer a person is to G-d, the greater the humility this should evoke in him. Since "all before Him is as naught," the more "before Him" a...
Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, upon his liberation from prison