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Daily Quote
The day begins with Modeh Ani ("I acknowledge before You, living and eternal King, that You restored my soul to me; great is Your faithfulness"). This is said before the morning washing of the hands, even while the hands are ritually impure (and all other prayers cannot be said). The deeper reason for this is that all the impurities in the world do not defile a Jew's "I acknowledge" before G-d; he might lack one thing or another, but his Modeh Ani remains intact.
The Lubavitcher Rebbe (Hayom Yom for Shevat 11)
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Daily Thought
A boundless Creator hides in plain sight. He camouflages Himself within His own creation, cloaked within the consistent patterns that provide the illusion of a closed, natural order. As though this world were something other than His infinite light. A miracle is a tear in the cloak, a disruption of that order, a crack in the wall of creation through which the human mind can glimpse beyond the illusion. So that the wise will understand, and seekers will find a path to know, that there really is no cloak, no nature. That all is divine. Every day, miracles greater than the splitting of the sea occur in your life. Stop and wonder. And then allow that wonder to crack the shell of your cramped little world.