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A Lesson in Remaining One People Despite Our Differences
A historical reflection on the significance of “America” in Chabad thought, marking the 80th anniversary of the Rebbe’s arrival on US soil in 5701/1941
It dawned on me that this is exactly what the Rebbe envisioned. And I am so thankful to be part of that vision.
The Hebrew word for almond is etymologically related to the word “ shaked,” which means “quick.”
Moses sets an example for us how to never give up trying to inspire positive change in ourselves and others.
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