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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Quote of the Week 18 - Wrapped in a Holy Flame

Reb Yitzhak of Berditchev, at the bedtime Sh’ma, would look back on his day and say that he was sorry for what he did not do right and that tomorrow he would do better. Then he chided himself, saying, "But Levi Yitzhak, you said the same thing yesterday!" Then he would say, - "Yes, but today I mean it."

Reb Meir’l Premishlaner: "Whoever is attached to ‘Above’ will not falter and fall below."

From Wrapped in a Holy Flame, Teachings and Tales of the Hasidic Masters, by Rabbi Zalman Schacter-Shalomi

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