Ep. 289: How Should We React to the Recent Frightful Attacks on Jews?
- How should we react to the recent frightful attacks on Jews?
- Chassidus Applied to Zos Chanukah
- Why is it called “Zos Chanukah”?
- Is Zos Chanukah the end of judgment of Rosh Hashana?
- What do the Chanukah flames “tell us”?
- How can we maintain the Chanukah energy after the holiday and not feel down?
- What exactly are we celebrating on Hei Teves?
- If Hei Teves established that the seforim belong to the Chassidism, why is the library not open to the public?
- Is it okay to give any relevance to the secular New Year?
- Why doesn’t Judaism have a mechanism to remove corrupt people in power, such as elections, impeachment, or other checks and balances?
- Follow-up: Public menorahs
- Chassidus question: What is Zos Chanukah according to Chassidus?
- My Life 2019 essays:
- Living in the ‘Perfect’ Moment. Living with the Messiah, Yechiel Belfer, 42, Victoria, Australia
- הדרך להצליח ולהתמיד ביישום החלטות לשיפור אישי, Menachem Mendel Ashkenazi, 19, Kfar Chabad, Israel
- החסידות ככלי עזר למטפל, Tammy Kuperman, 51, Ramat Gan, Israel
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