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NY and Birthday

Thursday, 1 December, 2011 - 12:33 pm

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This past Sunday, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks spoke by the international conference of Chabad Shluchim (emmisaries) in NY. Jonathan Sacks has been Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth since September 1991. His speech was great. However, the most important part was the message of his speech; to spread the love between you and your fellow.

You can listen (and download) the speech here .

Here are a few of my favorite quotes:
If a Jew is lost anywhere in the world, Chabad will find them - Rabbi Dr. Sacks
If you already love your fellow Jew love them more - Rabbi Dr. Sacks
The world respects Jews who respect Judaism - Rabbi Dr. Sacks
If the Rebbe says do it, you do it - Rabbi Dr. Sacks
The more I spoke the more they wanted to hear which proves they are not Jewish - Rabbi Dr. Sacks

Today (the 5th day of Kislev) is my Jewish birthday. We celebrate our birthday on the Hebrew date, commemorating the day we were born. Time is like a spiral, and annually, on the anniversary of any momentous event, we have the ability to tap into the same spiritual energy that originally caused that event (hence the concept of Jewish holidays).

When one is born, G‑d invests within them a soul and their mazel is shining at full strength on this day. That same energy is present once again today, for me, on my birthday. I would like to share a ‘soul moment’ with you and share with you a blessing: I would like to bless you and yours with success in everything you want and need physically and spiritually. Your soul should shine and you should find fulfillment in that which you do. May all your family be blessed with all good in a revealed way from the Source of all blessings.

Please give me a soul gift and learn something about Torah and Judaism. There are many articles here , please take a few minutes to read something.

Have a great Shabbos and I look forward to seeing you at TGI Shabbat this Friday at 6pm.

Rabbi Kushi Schusterman

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