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Ethics of Our Fathers 5:20

When people differ, but each voices their honest opinion for the "sake of the Almighty", it will lead to positive results.

But when people conflict on an issue because of ulterior motives, it will lead to destruction.

The differences between Hillel and Shammai were for the sake of the Almighty.

The conflict of Korach and his followers (against Moshe) was for ulterior motives

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