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Shabbath Shalom

Baal Shem Tov:Hear Israel, G-d Who transcends the rules of nature, is our true life-force & strength. We are far more power than we realize! 


Shabbath Shalom

From the time that G-d said to our father Abraham "Go from your land..." and "Abraham went on, journeying southward", began the process of birurim -- of extracting the sparks of holiness that are scattered throughout creation, buried within the material existence.
By the decree of Divine providence, a person wanders about in his travels, as the Cause of All Causes brings about the many circumstances and pretexts that bring a person to those places where the sparks that belong to his or her soul await their redemption.
(Rabbi Sholom DovBer of Lubavitch)

Love ALL KIND of jews.



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"Rely on nothing and no-one but G-d. This is true simplicity.Anything else means pursuing a complicated course of action."
Rebbe Nachman of Breslov

Rabbi Ovadia Yosef dies at 93

ברוך דיין האמת 
Shas' spiritual leader dies in Jerusalem hospital after suffering major deterioration overnight; Hundreds of thousands expected to take part in funeral


Shabbath Shalom

For mankind to exist in harmony, we must listen to the voice that Noah heard after the flood.
We must accept that there is a set of absolute values set by the Creator of the world, values that we cannot play with to suit our convenience.
Values from beyond the subjective minds of men.
From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. 


Dalí and the Jews

The Surrealist Painter’s ‘Aliyah’ Series
At the thought of Salvador Dalí, many people envision the artist’s famously eccentric face — his wide, cartoonish eyes and the wiry mustache that seemed to defy gravity. Or perhaps his best-known canvas springs to mind, that all-too-familiar scene of watches melting in a barren landscape. According to a rising crop of scholars, however, there is more to Dalí than his outlandish personality and surrealism. These people wonder about the post-World War II Dalí — Dalí who wrote a manifesto on “nuclear mysticism”; Dalí the Catholic, the optical illusionist and, perhaps most surprisingly, the creator of Jewish art.
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