ChabadCrownHeightsInfo has an article about one rabbi's response to the controversial Berlin exhibit "Jew in a box."
Rabbi Perl has responded by creating his own special ‘message in a box’, to portray some of the deepest aspects of Judaism. The cube box measures 8 ½” wide x 15” high x 9 ½” long and comes complete with a Harvey Magila Dancing Rabbi.
The rabbi takes the show on the road. Providing a fascinating ‘message in the box’ guided by inspiring insights culled from the Talmud, Kabbalah, Shaar HaYichud V’Emunah, many Maamorim & good humor!
“We all really live in a box…” explains Rabbi Perl, “just look around the room you are in…it has 6 sides, the four directions a ceiling and a floor”. “Just as a room provides a space for physical protection and safety, on a deeper conceptual level, we all have our six directions in life.
We create for our self, an enclosed spiritual space, a sanctuary of peace, when we consciously keep in mind, that the six directions in our own inner world, are protected by our own awareness of the six corresponding perpetual mitzvot.”
What are the six perpetual mitzvot? 1) To believe in the existence and providence of G‑d: 2) Not to believe that any other gods exist; 3) To believe in His absolute Oneness; 4) To love G-d; 5) To be in awe of G-d; 6) To shield one’s mind from negative thoughts.
Read more: http://crownheights.info/shlichus/384834/a-controversial-berlin-exhibit-inspires-chabad-shliach/
Below is another Rabbi Perl explaining one of the six perpetual mitzvot - to love G-d.