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Rectifying The State Of Israel

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The profound and ancient teachings of Jewish mysticism--Kabbalah--speak of the urgent need to rectify the world, instructing us how to pick up the pieces of our shattered dreams and mend the tattered fabric of our lives, both as individuals and as active contributors to humanitys destiny.

Today, the need for rectification is perhaps felt most acutely in Israel, where the dream of Jewish security and cultural revival seems to be threatened as never before.

The light inherent in the Zionist dream--the aspiration that the Jewish people, after nearly two thousand years of exile, return to their homeland--is indeed great, but its vessels are small and immature. Secular Zionism has succeeded in creating material vessels, constructing buildings and roads, developing industry, and creating institutions of higher, secular education. But it has willfully neglected, or even rejected, the inner, spiritual dimension of the vessels themselves--the conscious intention that they serve Gods purpose in creation.

Without this inner dimension, no matter how great the vessels may seem, they remain immature, unable to contain and integrate the light of the Zionist dream. The result: the very light shatters its own vessels.

In this book, Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh sets forth a conceptual and practical program for healing the ills of the State of Israel. These proposals are at once profound and practical, born of intimate acquaintance with the pulse of the people as well as the failings of Israeli politics, and permeated by Hassidic optimism and love for the Jewish people as well as for all humanity.

Hard cover, 230 pages.

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In Store Item # B267
Author Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

Rectifying The State Of Israel