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its a quotation from Scripture (Iyov 31:2Iyov 31:2) http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Iyov+31%3A2&version=OJB

and see tanya, (by rabbi shneur zalman boruchovitch - first lubavitch rebbe ) those are the first words of chapter two: httpchapter two://www.chabad.org/library/tanya/tanya_cdo/aid/7881/jewish/Chapter-2.htm, (with the addition of the word "mamesh" ) it is explained there a length.

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to describe G-d’s implanting the Jew’s soul in his body signifies that this soul originates in the “innermost” aspect of G-dliness.

see there at length

its a quotation from Scripture (Iyov 31:2) http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Iyov+31%3A2&version=OJB

and see tanya, (by rabbi shneur zalman boruchovitch - first lubavitch rebbe ) those are the first words of chapter two: http://www.chabad.org/library/tanya/tanya_cdo/aid/7881/jewish/Chapter-2.htm, (with the addition of the word "mamesh" ) it is explained there a length.

here is a quote

to describe G-d’s implanting the Jew’s soul in his body signifies that this soul originates in the “innermost” aspect of G-dliness.

see there at length

its a quotation from Scripture (Iyov 31:2)

and see tanya, (by rabbi shneur zalman boruchovitch - first lubavitch rebbe ) those are the first words of chapter two: (with the addition of the word "mamesh" ) it is explained there a length.

here is a quote

to describe G-d’s implanting the Jew’s soul in his body signifies that this soul originates in the “innermost” aspect of G-dliness.

see there at length

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its a quotation from Scripture (Iyov 31:2) http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Iyov+31%3A2&version=OJB

and see tanya, (by rabbi shneur zalman shneursonboruchovitch - first lubavitch rebbe ) those are the first words of chapter two: http://www.chabad.org/library/tanya/tanya_cdo/aid/7881/jewish/Chapter-2.htm, (with the addition of the word "mamesh" ) it is explained there a length.

here is a quote

to describe G-d’s implanting the Jew’s soul in his body signifies that this soul originates in the “innermost” aspect of G-dliness.

see there at length

its a quotation from Scripture (Iyov 31:2) http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Iyov+31%3A2&version=OJB

and see tanya, (by rabbi shneur zalman shneurson - first lubavitch rebbe ) those are the first words of chapter two: http://www.chabad.org/library/tanya/tanya_cdo/aid/7881/jewish/Chapter-2.htm, (with the addition of the word "mamesh" ) it is explained there a length.

here is a quote

to describe G-d’s implanting the Jew’s soul in his body signifies that this soul originates in the “innermost” aspect of G-dliness.

see there at length

its a quotation from Scripture (Iyov 31:2) http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Iyov+31%3A2&version=OJB

and see tanya, (by rabbi shneur zalman boruchovitch - first lubavitch rebbe ) those are the first words of chapter two: http://www.chabad.org/library/tanya/tanya_cdo/aid/7881/jewish/Chapter-2.htm, (with the addition of the word "mamesh" ) it is explained there a length.

here is a quote

to describe G-d’s implanting the Jew’s soul in his body signifies that this soul originates in the “innermost” aspect of G-dliness.

see there at length

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its a quotation from Scripture (Iyov 31:2) http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Iyov+31%3A2&version=OJB

and see tanya, (by rabbi shneur zalman shneurson - first lubavitch rebbe ) those are the first words of chapter two: http://www.chabad.org/library/tanya/tanya_cdo/aid/7881/jewish/Chapter-2.htm, (with the addition of the word "mamesh" ) it is explained there a length.

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That the Jew is rooted into describe G-d’s innermost and essential being is indicated further by the designation ofimplanting the Jewish people as G-d’s “children”, whose souls originateJew’s soul in His “thought” just as a child stems from his father’s brain, asbody signifies that this soul originates in the Alter Rebbe explains presently“innermost” aspect of G-dliness.

see there at length

its a quotation from Scripture (Iyov 31:2) http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Iyov+31%3A2&version=OJB

and see tanya, (by rabbi shneur zalman shneurson - first lubavitch rebbe ) those are the first words of chapter two: http://www.chabad.org/library/tanya/tanya_cdo/aid/7881/jewish/Chapter-2.htm, (with the addition of the word "mamesh" ) it is explained there a length.

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That the Jew is rooted in G-d’s innermost and essential being is indicated further by the designation of the Jewish people as G-d’s “children”, whose souls originate in His “thought” just as a child stems from his father’s brain, as the Alter Rebbe explains presently.

see there at length

its a quotation from Scripture (Iyov 31:2) http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Iyov+31%3A2&version=OJB

and see tanya, (by rabbi shneur zalman shneurson - first lubavitch rebbe ) those are the first words of chapter two: http://www.chabad.org/library/tanya/tanya_cdo/aid/7881/jewish/Chapter-2.htm, (with the addition of the word "mamesh" ) it is explained there a length.

here is a quote

to describe G-d’s implanting the Jew’s soul in his body signifies that this soul originates in the “innermost” aspect of G-dliness.

see there at length

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