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The Levites, descendants of Jacob’s son Levi, were selected to serve G‑d in the Holy Temple.
My siblings and I have never been super close, but until now we’ve gotten along fairly well. However, this inheritance has brought out the worst in us, and we have come to the point that we aren’t speaking.
A story of resistance, intense entreatment and eventual, reluctant acceptance. How the reserved son-in-law of the (Previous) Rebbe was induced into assuming the leadership of Chabad-Lubavitch.
The sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, passed away on this date in 1950. Exactly one year later, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson accepted the leadership of the movement, and set about transforming the face of world Jewry . . .
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There is a beast inside. It awaits you for its tikkun. How do you fix up the human beast? First with prayer, then with food, but ultimately by doing business. You need to start with meditation and prayer, because that beast inside needs to experience not only wonder, but even love for G‑d. The problem is, in prayer and meditation you have not yet met that beast on its own ground. Next, eat your breakfast like a human being is meant to eat—a step higher than the food you consume...