Ep. 283: What Lessons Can We Learn from the Current Impeachment Hearings?
In honor of Yitzchak ben Leah and Rivkah Vikah bas Rachel, and their children Ruth, Nicole and Michael
- Chassidus Applied to Chof Cheshvan: Beginning of 160 years since the Rebbe Rashab’s birth (5621), and 100 years from his histalkus (5680)
- Lessons from Chayei Sarah
- How does the mistreatment of the poor by Sodom compare to some behavior today?
- What lessons can we learn from the current impeachment hearings?
- Are non-Jews created in the Divine Image? Do they have a soul?
- Is it appropriate to recite the blessing on a king when we see the President of the USA?
- Should I be bothered by my spouse speaking to people of the opposite gender?
- How much of a relationship should one have with his wife’s younger sisters?
- How do we explain controversial behavior by our heroes in Tanach?
- Why not broadcast MyLife on more websites?
- Follow up (episodes 282): Social anxiety
- Chassidus question:
- Does the soul feel what the body feels?
- How would you explain the maamar V’isha Achas about spiritual and emotional numbness?
- My Life 2019 essays:
- Big G-d and Little Me, Hindy Litvin, 17, Atlanta, GA
- Cultivating an Identity Within the Framework of Chassidus, Ahava Keet, 17, Los Angeles, CA
- It’s Not About You, Mendy Halberstam, 37, Miami Beach, FL
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