After Korach's failed rebellion against the High Priesthood, the Torah delineates the division of labor between kohahim and levi'im. The name Levi means "attachment," specifically attachment to G-d. But the function of the Levi was to assist the Kohein and the Kohein was the one who actually performed the service. How do we understand this discrepancy?
Why did the Rebbe tell Bibi Netenyahu in 1988 that he, the Rebbe, was only starting his work? What do you and I have in common with the Chief Rabbi of England and America's first African-American female member of Congress? And what gift can we give the Rebbe on 3 Tammuz?
Based on Likkutei Sichos vol. 28, pp. 115-123.
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