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The body is not something to be abhorred or rejected. On the contrary, the body serves as sunglasses for the soul. Without the body, the soul can perceive G‑dliness only in an abstract, ethereal way. The body allows the soul to stare straight into the face of...
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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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