(Recorded 1/17/15 at Kehilat Melech Mashyach)
Because of our egos we tend to push a cause for division around every corner in the Guf HaMashyach. The ways in which we personally fulfill mitzvios become sacred cows and the ideal everyone must fulfill mitzvios the same as the individual who is teaching it is a stumbling block to the Guf HaMashyach aznd to our orthodox brethren. In this teaching from Kehilat Melech Mashyach, Rabbi Baw'naw discusses what it means to be "Am Echad". He discusses how he sees the unification of Israel within the schul based upon the unique visitors that attended the schul this week and that there is not much difference between various thought. Though Rabbi Baw'naw is not a universalist and teaches against such concepts, he also shows in this teaching that the various levels of observance are not in contradiction to one another whether one is a Jew or a B'nei Noach, or Ger HaTzaddik or a Hebrew....we are Am Echad. The sages and the Scripture makes note of this in many forms.
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