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Daily Thought
The world is a lie. At the point we occupy in the grand story of things, the world lies that it is a beast with no master. It is the ultimate lie because it conceals the highest truth: That there is nothing else but G‑d. The vital root of this lie, its lifeline and key to existence, is embedded within the innermost domain of your life: Your time for learning Torah, for prayer, and for contemplating G‑d’s wonders. From those crucial moments, it siphons out all its vitality with a simple, disruptive strategy: At that time, when you are engaged in the purpose for which you and the entire world were created, the lie leaps to the...
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Daily Quote
One should live with the times (R. Schneuer Zalman subsequently explained that this means that one should "live with" the weekly Torah reading, looking to the week's Parshah for guidance and inspiration in one's daily life)
Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi