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It takes might to fight. Deciding what the Torah tells us to do in a given situation is a battle of minds. In the end it’s a win-win fight.

“And so does it say in the book of the wars of God ‘love in the end.'” The Torah is “the book of the wars of God.” It ends with love.

Father and son, treat mentor and disciple battle while engaged in the in-depth study of Torah. No matter who comes out right - love in the end.

In every unification of souls a certain degree of conflict must precede resolution. Solomon concludes his 28 times with war and then peace.

There is a special sense of pleasure in war, in victory. The pleasure of learning Torah should suffice to fill this psychological need.

Amongst all nations on earth physical war will cease when all come to engage in the study of Torah and experience its intrinsic delights.
We say to God, information pills You created us like this, information pills it's Your problem! He answers, visit web you wanted to be created like this – it's your problem!

God created the world with 10 sayings, one implicit and 9 explicit. The 9 are orders, but the first is permission, if you want to be, ok.

The first saying reads, "In the beginning of (it doesn't say of what) God created...." In the beginning of whatever you like.

Thus creation begins with free choice, only then come 9 decrees, beginning with "Let there be light."

When you decree that something happen you look to see if it really happened as you said. "And God saw the light to be good."

But when something is permissible, not obligatory, you don't look to see what happened. God didn't look at the creation of heavens and earth.

So what happened? "And the earth was chaotic and void, and darkness...." That's what happens if you leave it up to the free choice of man.

God didn't look at what happened, but He "smelled" it. "And the spirit (cognate to smell) of God hovered over the face of the waters."

The Mashiach will judge by smell, not by sight or hearing. The Divine response to the bad odor of reality is the order "Let there be light."

Light - the light of Torah - not only expels darkness but it purifies air pollution. That's what we need today.
There's a new movement in America (95 million) called "generation we." Sounds good. In Hebrew, and generation we = "Let there be" times "love."

Good and peace for all will come when Judaism, generic in its pristine essence, soul and body as one, is recognized as the universal way of life.

Always be kind and considerate of others. I have no more right to be here than you.

Every rule has its exception. If you are here to harm then I have to make sure that you do not harm.

There are many ways to make sure that you do not harm. I have to intuit on the spot the best possible way that works for me and for you.

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