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The Six Constant Mitzvos: Relevance of Idol Worship

Is there anything bigger than me and my needs?

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Published: May 7, 2011

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Visitor Comments: 4

(3) Anonymous, May 9, 2011 1:16 AM

Wow! Very well said!

I am impressed by how well thought out the message is and how clearly he communicates it. Thank you for reminding me of the blessing that exists in what one lacks and to be aware of the trap of just trying to get one's needs met. There is so much more to strive for than sailing through life w/o any lackings.

(2) Talia, May 9, 2011 12:39 AM

thank you, Mr. Harary, TheSixConstantMitzvos.com, Aish.com and all the contributors to this film. It gave over such a beautiful, critical message in such a clear way. From beginning to end, I was captivated and inspired. May Hashem give you siyata d'shmaya to continue to touch lives and may you receive chizuk from all of that you give to others.

(1) Andria, May 8, 2011 1:43 PM

Great reminder

Thank you again for your thought provoking presentation!

Anonymous, May 13, 2011 5:25 AM

Ahava

Worth noting: the Hebrew word for love, Ahava (אהבה), has the letters "hav" ( הב ) at its root, which means, "to give."

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