In 1940, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, The Sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Delivered One Of His Very First Discourses, After Settling On American Shores Now For The First Time, HaChodesh HaZeh L Chem, An Exploration Of The Mystical Meaning Of The Hebrew Months Of Tishrei And Nissan, Has Been Eloquently Translated Into English Rosh Hashanah, The Beginning Of The New Year, Which Also Marks The Creation Of The Physical, Natural Universe, Is Celebrated In The Month Of Tishrei In Nissan, We Commemorate The Exodus From Egypt, A Supernatural Phenomenon By Which The Jewish People Transcended All Constraints Of The Natural Order And Thus Achieved Their Redemption Creation And Redemption Illuminates This Mystical Dynamic, Expressed In Terms Of Contraction And Expansion, As It Exists Within The World At Large, Within The Cycles Of The Year, And Within Each Individual As Well The Current Discourse, Delivered By R Shalom Dovber Schneersohn, Fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, On Shabbat Parashat Acharei, 5679 1919 , Analyzes The Biblical Verse Which Forbids Any Human Being From Being Present In The Sanctuary When The High Priest Entered To Seek Atonement If, As The Verse In Leviticus States No Man Shall Be In The Tent Of Meeting At That Time, How Could The High Priest Himself Be Present By Thoroughly Exploring The Soul And All Of Its Components, The Discourse Explains How The High Priest, On Yom Kippur, Transcended The Normative Bounds Of Human Limitation And Ascended To The Sublime Level Of No Man This Granted Him The Permission And Sanction To Enter The Holy Of Holies In Practical Terms, Says The Rebbe, This Is The Challenge Of Man To Access And Utilize The Suprarational Dimension Of The Soul To Reveal G Dliness Within The World, Through Repentance, The Study Of Torah, And Performance Of Mitzvot.
Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn , also credited as Joseph Isaac Schneersohn, was the sixth Rebbe of the Chabad Lubavitch chasidic movement.
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- Creation and Redemption
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