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A Taste of Two Spirits

A Taste of Two Spirits

Rabbi Mendel Gorman

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Yehudah Ata 5738
A Jewish Soul intrinsically desires to selflessly submit itself to it's Creator, for that is it's design and purpose for existence. However finding itself within a physical body, situated in a mundane world, that feat can often prove difficult to master.
In this discourse, first delivered on the eve of the 10th of Teves 5738 (1977) the Lubavitcher Rebbe describes our daily opportunity to achieve a selfless connection with G-d in the four rungs that make up the "Ladder of Prayer".

(Discourse covered over 6 lessons given in the Autumn of 2010 at Lubavitch of Edgware)
Kol Hamaarich B'Echod 5690
"Hear O Israel, the L-rd is our G-d, the L-rd is one" - a statement that we make at least twice daily, and is recognised as the ultimate affirmation of belief in G-d.
But what does it actually mean to a modern person in a modern world?
In this discourse, originally delivered in the Spring of 5690 (1930), Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn of Lubavitch uncovers the deep meaning behind the verse and how it relates the everything in the life of person living in a modern society from the way he wakes up in the morning to the way he conducts his business affairs.
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