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Someone once said to my father, "The Alter Rebbe's chassidim were always keeping count." My father took a great liking to the saying, and he commented: "That idea characterizes a person's service of G-d. The hours must be 'counted hours,' then the days will be 'counted days.' When a day passes one should know what he...
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