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The essays in this volume focus
on family relationships--between husbands and wives, parents and
children. The analyses are rooted in a theory of personality which
emerges from the Rav's brilliant interpretations of biblical, talmudic,
midrashic, kabbalistic and halakhic texts, as well as from his command
of Western philosophy and literature.
"The lonely person yearns on the one hand to join another real
person, to fill his life with the essence of another real life which has
been summoned by God into his service, and, on the other hand, to
create a new life to whose growth and development the lonely individual
commits himself a priori fully and unreservedly."Two lonely
individuals with their urge to love commit themselves to creativity in
order to love someone who will emerge in the course of time as a new
member of the small community they founded together. This someone, as
yet hidden in the recesses of the anonymity of non-being, gives purpose
and meaning to the community and helps father and mother to find
themselves and their exact position in the creation." ~ excerpted from Family Redeemed
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