Love Grounds All

October 2012
America;10/29/2012, Vol. 207 Issue 12, p31
The article presents the author's views on loving others. He refers to Torah which includes 613 laws and which has been reduced by rabbis to just one law, love others or do right and keep justice. According to him, loving other is a part of his prayer life, and if he does not feel affection for others, it shows that he is in some kind of spiritual desolation. He shares his own experience of caring for a man who was very difficult person.


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