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There are three ways to deal with enemies: surrender, information pills fight, or make peace by neutralizing the root of their animosity. The Ba’al Shem Tov told it as a story. Once a king called one of his officers and sent him on a secret mission, saying: I desire to test the loyalty of my […]

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There are three ways to deal with enemies: surrender, information pills fight, or make peace by neutralizing the root of their animosity. The Ba’al Shem Tov told it as a story. Once a king called one of his officers and sent him on a secret mission, saying: I desire to test the loyalty of my […]

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…to Everything

There are three ways to deal with enemies: surrender, information pills fight, or make peace by neutralizing the root of their animosity. The Ba’al Shem Tov told it as a story. Once a king called one of his officers and sent him on a secret mission, saying: I desire to test the loyalty of my […]

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The Evolution of Where

There are three ways to deal with enemies: surrender, information pills fight, or make peace by neutralizing the root of their animosity. The Ba’al Shem Tov told it as a story. Once a king called one of his officers and sent him on a secret mission, saying: I desire to test the loyalty of my […]

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Masters of Names

The four questions that we ask at the Seder table begin: “What is the difference between this night (of Pesach) and all (other) nights?” The children at the Seder table ask their father to explain to them the meaning of all the unique customs that we perform on the first night of Pesach. We are all children of our […]

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Out There

The four questions that we ask at the Seder table begin: “What is the difference between this night (of Pesach) and all (other) nights?” The children at the Seder table ask their father to explain to them the meaning of all the unique customs that we perform on the first night of Pesach. We are all children of our […]

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The Last Exile

The four questions that we ask at the Seder table begin: “What is the difference between this night (of Pesach) and all (other) nights?” The children at the Seder table ask their father to explain to them the meaning of all the unique customs that we perform on the first night of Pesach. We are all children of our […]

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Not a Body

I would like to be a true tzadik (consummately righteous), physician but I’m not. Is it because I don’t want enough, or is there some other reason? Not all of us were created with the potential to become a consummate tzadik, only a select few. The more I want and the more I try, the […]

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I would like to be a true tzadik (consummately righteous), physician but I’m not. Is it because I don’t want enough, or is there some other reason? Not all of us were created with the potential to become a consummate tzadik, only a select few. The more I want and the more I try, the […]

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From Afar God Appears to Me

I would like to be a true tzadik (consummately righteous), physician but I’m not. Is it because I don’t want enough, or is there some other reason? Not all of us were created with the potential to become a consummate tzadik, only a select few. The more I want and the more I try, the […]

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