Ep. 290: What is Chabad’s Position on Daf Yomi and the Siyum HaShas?
In honor of the birth of Emuna Sara bat Leah Tiferet and Pesach Binyomin and Baby Boy Ben Leah Tefere and Pesach Binyomin. Born on the sixth night - Shabbos Chanukah/ Rosh Chodesh Tevet
- Chassidus Applied to 10 Teves and Vayechi
- How is one supposed to spend a fast day according to chassidus?
- Why doesn’t Judaism focus on self-defense, bearing weapons and other methods of protecting ourselves?
- What should our attitude be to the march taking place today against anti-Semitism?
- What is Chabad’s position on Daf Yomi and the Siyum HaShas?
- Should a parent let her child eat OU-D?
- What is the significance of wearing a black hat?
- Is it ok for a chassidic person to wear jeans?
- If birth is “G-d saying you matter,” what does death mean?
- Isn’t it about time that we create powerful programs to teach people about Moshiach?
- Follow up: Attacks on Jews
- Chassidus question: Is it Yehuda or Yosef that brings down the Divine into existence?
- My Life 2019 essays:
- Happiness, Joshua Goldhirsch, 45, Melbourne, Australia
- Challenging Reality, Chanale Schusterman, 19, Chicago, IL
- Joy, Rivky Cohen, 16, Manchester, England
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