„Everybody says there is this world and the coming world. Behold, here is the coming world -- we believe that the coming world exists; perhaps this world also exists in some place, because here it looks like hell, for everybody is full of great afflictions all the time (and he said that this world does not exist at all). — Likutei Moharan II 119“

Hakol omrim sh'yesh olam hazeh v'olam haba. V'hine, ba'olam habah anu ma'aminim sh'yeshno, efshar sh'yesh olam hazeh b'eize olam, ki kan nir'a sh'hu ha'geheinom, ki kulam m'le'im yisurim gedolim tamid, v'amar she'ein nimtza shum olam hazeh klal.
אין שום יאוש בעולם כלל
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