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What would you say if a representative angel from the Heavenly Court appeared to you and informed you that your acceptance of your troubles with emuna saved the lives of dozens of Israeli soldiers?    This week's Torah portion guarantees that living our lives observantly will bring blessings, while the opposite holds true also, as we learn in the parable about "The Wise Shoemaker"…    A mind is not an isolated singular entity. There is a dimension in which we are all interconnected and interdependent on each other...
 
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Rabbi Ishmael would also say: Do not judge on your own, for there is none qualified to judge alone, only the One. And do not say, "You must accept my view," for this is their [the majority's] right, not yours (Avot 4).
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