Learning from Levertoff

Joy and Love, Part 1[06]


Rabbi Joshua Brumbach draws from Paul Levertoff's chapter titled "Joy and Love" and contrasts the outcome of true joy versus self-righteousness. One brings closeness to God and redemption and one is idolatry and causes exile.

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