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Eyes on the Land
The Land of Israel is known as "the land of G-d's desire"
Rabbi Schneur Zalman wrote many letters in order to rouse Jewry to contribute generously to charity in general and in particular for the sake of settling the Holy Land. He declares that charity should be given every year with even more vitality and in greater volume than previously.
The Ramban on the Shofar
The shofar's blasts address the attribute of judgement.
Terua, the quavering sound of the shofar, usually alludes to the attribute of judgment. But Rosh Hashanah is: "a memorial of terua", meaning there will be a remembrance of mercy in the terua. Therefore Rosh Hashanah is a day of judgment in mercy.
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