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  • 17 Tammuz: What You Need to KnowThis fast day begins a period of sadness in the Jewish calendar. Learn what happened on this day... Read More
  • Finding the Love in the DestructionDespite their connection with energies of destruction, these three weeks are, on a deeper level... Read More
  • Jewish Fast Days FAQThe Fast of Gedaliah, 10 Tevet, Fast of Esther, and 17 Tammuz Read More
  • The Rebbe on the Lunar Landing and Human Prowess It's never the answer you would expect. Read More
  • Balak Parshah QuizTake this quiz to see how well you know the parshah of Balak Read More
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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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 person is, the more "as naught" should he perceive himself to be.
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Despite their connection with energies of destruction, these three weeks are, on a deeper level, permeated with powerfully positive spiritual influences as well.
It is a mitzvah, ordained by the prophets, to fast on those days on which tragic events occurred to our forefathers.
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