Ep. 286: Marriage Lessons from Tud Dalet Kislev
- Chassidus Applied to Yud Kislev and Vayishlach
- Marriage lessons from Yud Dalet Kislev: 91st anniversary of the Rebbe and Rebbetzin’s wedding
- How should a person decide whom to marry?
- Who should people invite to their wedding?
- What is the bare minimum amount of people that should be at the wedding?
- How long should the wedding be?
- What should people do at their or other people’s weddings if they don’t like to dance?
- How do we explain all the deception found in these Torah chapters: Yaakov and Rivkah deceiving Yitzchak; Laban and Rochel deceiving Yaakov?
- Why did Rochel die after having children?
- If we cannot release ourselves from our spiritual fetters, how can the techniques in Tanya help us?
- Is ahavas yisroel only a means to an end to make someone more frum?
- Follow up (episode 284-285):
- Rambam: 3 chapters or 1?
- Labor pains
- Blessing on a king
- Chassidus question: Is our world the destination or the antechamber?
- My Life 2019 essays:
- How to Love and not to Judge, Mina Zalmanov, 19, Hollis Hills, NY
- Your Future’s In Your Hands, Minna Phillips, 19, Worcester, MA
- Happiness Explained, Sholom Raitport, 17, Brooklyn, NY
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