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Sunday, January 9, 2011

Breaking Down the Wall to Bring in the Carpet

In Likutay Moharan, Tora 25, Rabbainu elaborates on the Talmud (Bichoros 8), where the wise men asked the Tzadik, show us an object that isn't worth the loss that it causes. He brought a carpet and spread it out, and it wouldn't fit through the door. He said bring a hammer and break down the entrance in order to be able to bring in the carpet, this is an object that isn't worth the destruction that it causes.
 
Well then, there's a palace in Istanbul that did just that, they had to break down a wall in order to bring in the carpet. (http://www.londontoistanbul.com/). 
 
 Great blessings of Na Nach Nachmu Nachman Meuman!

1 comment:

Stephen-Nanach said...

i remember reading that in LM like a year ago.
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