Thursday, April 19, 2018

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Dance





   by Reb Gutman Locks   
     

Dance

 

     It is said that dance is the highest form of prayer. It must be because when we dance we use our entire bodies to express our inner feelings.

     Many different dances… all saying pretty much the same thing…We're happy... We're thankful… We would love to see more of You….

3 comments:

Mr. Cohen said...

Where is it written that dance is the highest form of prayer?

Is it in Tanach? Mishnah? Talmud? Shulchan Aruch? Rishonim?
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Gutman Locks said...

I first heard it quoted from the Lubavicher Rebbe.

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