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Passover Registration

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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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Humility

There is no humility in pretending you are worthless. Humility is not an obsession over failure. Humility is a sensitivity to that which lies beyond.

Humility is when you recognize that, yes, you have talents, you have something to contribute to the world, you have a certain stature and authority—and yet all that has a larger context. Humility means to reframe the meaning of your existence within that larger whole.

From where, after all, do all these talents and achievements come? They were granted you from Above so you may fulfill the mission assigned you in this life.

“And so,” the humble person asks, “What have I done with the gifts endowed to me? Another person, certainly, would have achieved much more.”

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.
The term "chassid" is an ancient one that the Sages had even applied to Adam. It describes perfection and excellence in intellect or in emotive character-traits, or in both. In Chabad Chassidic doctrine, the appelation "chassid" refers to one who recognizes his own essence-character and his standing in the knowledge and study of Torah, as well as his situation in observing mitzvot. He knows what he lacks and he is concerned and takes pains to fill that void. He is diligent in obedience in the manner of "accepting the yoke of Heaven."
— Hayom Yom, 21 Adar I