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Everything we see about us is but a reflection of that which is above. A king in our world reflects dominion above. The sweetness of a fruit reflects the sweetness of the wisdom above. The form of the human body reflects the inner structure of the cosmos, so that each limb and organ parallels a particular divine force. Each of these things descends from its G‑dly place into our material realm to take tangible form—so that we can grasp those G‑dly concepts from which they extend. Even those inventions that arose only in...
 
 
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When my master and teacher [R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi] was in a state of d'veikut (lit. "attachment," a trance-like state of ecstatic cleaving to G-d) he would cry out: "I want nothing at all! I don't want Your 'garden of eden,' I don't want Your 'world to come'... I want nothing but You alone."
Related by Rabbi Schneur Zalman's grandson, Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Lubavitch