Ep. 276: Is It Appropriate to Publish Pictures of Women in Our Publications and Websites?
- Chassidus Applied to 13 Elul and Ki Teitzei
- How do you explain the laws of yefas to’ar and ben sorer u’moreh in this week’s parsha?
- What methods should be used to discipline young students?
- Is it appropriate to publish pictures of women in our publications and websites?
- What is the obligation of a Chabad school to the children in their area?
- When the Chabad school is full or if we have no other viable option, can we lower our standards of chinuch by sending our children to another day school?
- How does one find balance between all the expectations Torah and Chassidus has of us and being at peace and happy with oneself?
- Can we understand the dilemmas we have in life as part of man’s need to toil in this world?
- Follow up (episode 275):
- The Rebbe and gifts
- Older singles
- Chassidus question: What are the ten hidden sefirot, where are they located, and what is their function and application in our lives?
- My Life 2019 essays:
- בין הטעות למהות, Zushi Krichevski, 16, Kfar Chabad, Israel
- Chassidic Mindfulness: A Purposeful Tranquility, Dan Lewin, 45, Dallas, TX
- “Give Me Children, or I Shall Die”: Chassidic Approaches to Confronting the Grief of Infertility, Sasha Balofsky, 30, Philadelphia, PA
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