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The Divine Commandments

The significance & function of the Mitzvot in Chabad Philosophy

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The philosophical and mystical significance of the mitzvot -- the Divine precepts of the Torah -- succinctly explained. This classic essay by Nissan Mindel, distinguished author and scholar of Chassidism, provides insight into the power of tangible deed as a means of bringing Divine sustenance and benevolence into the physical world. It address such basic concepts as the purpose of Creation and the function of man in its ultimate design, the challenge of self-restraint, man's relationship with G-d and the nature of Divine reward.

  • By Nissan Mindel
  • (48 Pages)Publisher: Kehot, 1992

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