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Passover Registration

 הרשמה לליל הסדר - טוקיו יפן 


1st Night Seder
Passover Serder at Tokyo American Club 6:00 pm Schedule reminder for this event Download this event
Passover Seder At Tokyo American Club
Map and DirectionsEvent Location Event Location: Tokyo American Club
Azabudai 2-1-2 Tokyo, Minato-ku 106-0041 Japan
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Passover Serder at Chabad Japan Center 6:00 pm Schedule reminder for this event Download this event
Passover Seder at Chabad Japan Center
Event Location Event Location: Chabad Lubavitch Tokyo-Japan
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2nd Night seder
Passover Serder at Chabad Japan Center 2nd night 6:00 pm Schedule reminder for this event Download this event
Passover Serder at Chabad Japan Center 2nd night
Event Location Event Location: Chabad Lubavitch Tokyo-Japan
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Inner Engravings

The soul is full of words, some inscribed, some engraved.

The words inscribed are not of the essence—they come to the soul from the outside, from life and its experiences. Therefore, they may fade and fall away, perhaps to be replaced by other words.

The words engraved are of the soul itself—just as engravings are no more than the form of the stone. When the soul finds quietude, those words are there. If the soul is in turmoil, or soiled by experience, those engravings need only be cleaned and uncovered. But they can never be torn away.

Those same words that compose the fabric of the soul, they are also engraved in a holy fire within the depths of the Soul of All Things. They are the words that Moses heard and inscribed on stone and on parchment.

So that at times, when you immerse yourself in the Torah and the words of its sages, when you allow them entry to touch your soul, you may hear those words resonating inside your soul.

From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. Subscribe and get your dose daily. Or order Rabbi Freeman’s book, Bringing Heaven Down to Earth, click here.
"And I, Daniel, alone saw the vision, but the people with me did not see it; yet a great terror befell them, and they fled into hiding" (Daniel 10:7). But if they did not see the vision, why were they terrified? Because though they themselves did not see, their mazal (supernal soul) saw...
— Talmud, Megillah 3a