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The disciples of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi once asked him: Which is greater -- to love G-d, or to love a fellow Jew? Replied the Rebbe: The love of G-d and the love of a fellow are equally ingrained in the Jewish soul. G-d loves every Jew. So to love a fellow is to love what G-d loves, which is greater than to love Him Himself
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