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Some mitzvahs are done daily, weekly, or annually. But there are some that happen so seldom that many of us are lucky if we experience them even once or twice over the course of our lives.
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This dates back two millennia to the times of Rabban Gamliel the Elder in the early 1st century.
Abraham appreciated a simple yet sometimes difficult truth: if you want to make something truly yours, you must pay for it.
The Rebbe provides an interpretation of Rashi’s commentary that overturns nearly a thousand years of presumed understanding.
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The life of Sarah was one hundred years and twenty years and seven years, the years of the life of Sarah. (Genesis 23:1) All of them were equally good. (Rashi) In which direction does your life move? To wherever you have placed its arrow. When your arrow points forever backward, always blaming the present on the past and scripting the future accordingly, then there is nothing but accumulated pain. What makes the story worth its struggle? But if your arrow points forward to an unfolding destiny, a grand story of an eternal people and a world approaching its...