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They think self-surrender means to say, “I have no mind. I have no heart. I only believe and follow, for I am nothing.” This is not self-surrender—this is a denial of the truth. For it is saying there is a place where G–dliness cannot be—namely your mind and your heart. G‑d did not give you a brain that you should abandon it, or a personality that you should ignore it. These are the building materials from which you are to forge a sanctuary for Him, the earthly home in which the divine presence yearns to dwell. Don’t run from the self with which G‑d has entrusted you. Instead, connect it to its...
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