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“Today” (appearing 336 times in Moses’ words in Deuteronomy) And what happens if I keep these mitzvahs because of yesterday? Because they are the traditions of my forefathers, and therefore I cherish them? Or if I keep these mitzvahs because of tomorrow—so that I will achieve spiritual heights, arrive after this life in a lofty Garden of Eden, revisit this world renewed as the World To Come? Then I am a blind fool, a willing captive of a passing dream. A sheep that surrenders in silence as they shear its wool. In a mitzvah right now, I hold the ultimate experience of truth, of life, of G‑d Himself in my hands—and I look to the past or to the future, to what I can get out of this?! Maamar Tzion...
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About Chabad of Pacific Beach Mission Statement Chabad of Pacific beach is a nonprofit outreach organization committed to reawakening Jewish life within a person. Our work is geared toward building healthier communities in an inclusive organization without regard to a person's background, affiliation or level of observance. Our Philosophy Our philosophy rejects the insular, segregated self-perception of organizations and communities. We strongly believe in an interactive community while maintaining the uniqueness of each individual. All are welcome
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