Dr. Michael Laitman To Change the World – Change Man

Thirty-Five Centuries Later, It’s Still Pharaoh vs. Moses

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From rulers of Egypt we became its slaves because we didn’t want to be Jews—united above hatred. The story of the liberation of the Hebrews from enslavement has captured the imagination of billions of people throughout history. The Exodus has

PASSOVER — A Story of Hebrews Who Wanted to Be Egyptions

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Pharaoh selfishly enslaved the Hebrews; Moses selflessly freed them. The “king” of egoism still enslaves our hearts. To free ourselves from bondage we must free ourselves hating one another. To most of us, the story of our exodus from Egypt

The Panama Papers: A Testament to an Imperative Transformation

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Money laundering and tax evasion are nothing new in the world of big business, world leaders, and the rich and powerful. The Panama Papers story is the biggest data leak in history, exposing 11.5 million (!) documents belonging to the Mossack Fonseca

Jewish Self-Hatred Is the Leaven We Must Clear Out

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If there is any hatred more enigmatic than antisemitism, it is Jewish antisemitism. Our self-hatred is a sinister, undying fountain, but it will not dry out until we find its trigger and defuse it. History is replete with examples of

Connection: Something New on the Seder Menu

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This year, as we sit around the table during the Seder and talk about freedom, let’s talk about freedom from hatred. The deeper we go into 2017, the more chaotic the world appears. Today, the only thing most people can

Exodus – The Secret of Our Nationhood

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Each Passover, we focus our attention on the historic struggle between Moses and Pharaoh, and the enslavement of the Hebrews. Yet, the story of our people in Egypt is more than a collective memory; it is an accurate depiction of

Michael Laitman: Exodus—The Secret Of Our Nationhood

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Each Passover, we focus our attention on the historic struggle between Moses and Pharaoh, and the enslavement of the Hebrews. Yet, the story of our people in Egypt is more than a collective memory; it is an accurate depiction of

Exodus—How We Became a Nation, and How We Stopped Being One

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Next week we will celebrate the liberation of our people from slavery to freedom as we sit around the Seder table on Passover night. On this holiday, we tend to focus our attention on the struggle between Moses and Pharaoh,

Michael Laitman: Jewish Self-Hatred Is The Leaven We Must Clear Out

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If there is any hatred more enigmatic than antisemitism, it is Jewish antisemitism. Our self-hatred is a sinister, undying fountain, but it will not dry out until we find its trigger and defuse it. History is replete with examples of

On Consumerism, Terror, and Human Nature

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For decades, we have been told that if we only had that coolest, newest car/phone/pair of shoes/you-name-it, we would be happy. But as soon as we get that newest thing that was guaranteed to make us happy, we are told

Our Own Worst Enemies

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Jews-turned-anti-Semites reject not only their heritage, but primarily their task to bring the method of connection for the entire world. After a prolonged silence regarding the JCCs bomb threats, the FBI released the stunning news that the majority of threats

The Happiness We (Wish We Could) Have

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The ego causes all of our wars, but it is not an enemy. If we use it right, by connecting ourselves to each other above our egos, we will learn how all of nature works. On Monday, we commemorated the