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Daily Thought
The paradigm of all obstacles is the Sea of Reeds. Only six days earlier the children of Israel had fled their slavery, but now an impasse stood before them, with Pharaoh and his army charging from behind. But the greatest of barriers turned into the greatest of miracles. Not only did the sea become an ambush for the enemy, but also a path that led the children of Israel to their ultimate freedom. So it is with every obstacle. When you’re out to do the right thing, the entire world is there to assist you—including the most formidable threats, the most impossible challenges. The bigger they are, the more impossible to traverse, the...
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15 Shevat

January 28, 2021

Daily Quote
“On the fifteenth day of the seventh month is a seven-day festival of Sukkot to G‑d . . . The eighth day shall be a holy occasion for you . . . a [day of] detention (‘atzeret’).” [This is comparable to] a king who invited his children for a banquet of several days. When it came time for them to go, he said to them: “My children, please, stay with me one more day—your parting is difficult for me . . .”
Leviticus 23:34–36; Rashi’s commentary, ibid.