Learning from Levertoff

Repentance and Love[10]


In this edition of "Learning from Levertoff", Rabbi Tzahi Shapira illustrates a chassidic concept on Levertoff's chapter titled "Repentance and Love". Personal repentance is contagious and works to inspire others to repentance also — this is what is termed as "gathering the scattered sparks". This process results in the eventual full redemption and the coming of the Messiah.

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