Mashiach and Jewish Leadership

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Of all the teachings received from the Ba'al Shem Tov, perhaps none are as important or essential as the notion that 1) the Jewish soul "is

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The fourth dynamic of leadership is the preoccupation of the leader with refining the physical world, especially as represented by the various sciences and arts.

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The sense of speech and it's ability to effect the world lies at the foundation of a Torah view of leadership and is directly referred

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The second aspect of foolishness is based on the story of David, who when forced to flee from King Saul to the land of Gat,

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According to Maimonides, there are six continual mitzvot that apply to all Jews, in all places and at all times. The six are: belief in G-d, belief

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The foundation of perfection and realization of a state of completeness lies in the unity of spiritual and physical. However, when initially experiencing the world,

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Being inspired when performing a mitzvah is an ideal not only for the future, but a goal which should be pursued on a daily basis. One of

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In the Tabernacle in the desert and later in the Holy Temple, twelve loaves of bread symbolizing material sustenance were placed on a golden table

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When viewing the world correctly as a reflection of the Torah (and not the opposite), it follows that the overall concept of leadership as well

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After the sin of the golden calf, one of the lowest points in Jewish history, Moses pleaded to G-d for forgiveness. When G-d acceded to

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