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Jewish History
Tishrei 23, 5776
Daily Study
Randolph, NJ 07869
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Daily Thought
This self of which we are conscious is but a tiny portion of the whole, the tip of a peninsula, a finely focused ray of an infinite source of light. Upstream lies unimaginable wealth, storehouses of treasures left by many generations. Upstream lies every G‑dly act of our holy mothers and fathers, the strength and courage of every martyr, the unlimited power of G‑d’s breath within us. When you dance and sing in the joy of a beautiful deed, listen to the music. You will hear your holy...
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Freedom of choice has been granted to every man: if he desires to turn toward a good path and be righteous, the ability to do so is in his hands; and if he desires to turn toward an evil path and be wicked, the ability to do so is in his hands... This is a fundamental principle and a pillar of the Torah and its...
Mishneh Torah, Laws of Repentance 5:1-3
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