Ep. 287: Why Was Chassidus Not Taught Earlier?
In honor of the engagement of Mendy (J) Jacobson and Chaya Bina Gorman Dedicated by the Jacobson family
- Chassidus Applied to Yud Tes Kislev
- Lessons from Vayeishev
- How can we compare Tanya to Torah She’Be’Ksav?
- Why was Chassidus not taught earlier?
- Why don’t we follow the opinion of the majority regarding Chassidus?
- Does the body have its own energy besides the life force coming to it from the soul?
- How do we explain the seemingly unacceptable behavior of the tribes?
- How do we explain all the deception found in these Torah chapters – Part II
- Why did Rochel die after having children?
- Follow up (episode 284-286):
- Chassidus question: What is the role of Yud Tes Kislev in the development of Chassidus?
- My Life 2019 essays:
- המיגדר בראי היהדות, Elchanan Weber, 25, Yerushalayim/Tel Aviv, Israel
- “In G-d We Trust” – How to Effectively Overcome Stress, Deena Heidingsfeld, 20, Winnipeg, Canada
- Mind, Heart and Action: a Path to Calm in the Face of the Unknown, Mushka Kaplan, 19, Oak Park, MI
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