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Welcome to The Beit Chaim Meir Chabad Center of Lexington, Massachusetts. At the Chabad of Lexington, every Jew is family. Every Jew is welcome. Jewish Children feel at home. We provide state of the art youth programs such as our preschool and Hebrew School, as well as our adult education, community and family services, its just a great place to make and meet new friends. At Chabad there is no membership. Every Jew belongs. Our unique approach and unconditional acceptance of every Jew has created a dynamic and flourishing Jewish community. We are constantly expanding our programs and services and we invite you to join us at any time. Rabbi Alti & Sarah Bukiet Co-Directors
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To grasp something new, you must first let go. To learn, you must forget. Learning is not about acquiring knowledge and yet more knowledge. Learning is about leaping beyond your subjective self, about seeing things from a higher summit. And from there, it is an entirely new world. Yet as high a summit as you may reach, there is always another peak above. And you can only reach that higher peak once you realize you are still in the valley. The Talmud tells of Rabbi Zeira, who fasted one hundred fasts to forget his...
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