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Cheshvan 10, 5782
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Weekly Magazine
It is surprising to say that Abraham was concerned about his reward, when Maimonides singles out Abraham as a paragon of serving G‑d “purely out of love.”
Why would we want to be shielded from Abraham? He was one of the all-time greats!
Learn about the Baal Shemtov's only daughter, Udel, who plays a unique role in early Chassidic history.
The idea of harmony is not to give up our identity for the sake of the collective. The ideal is that each of us should achieve maximal individuality, developing all our unique strengths and talents, while coming to appreciate and value each other for what we are.
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