Ep. 297: Is Joy Inherent or Acquired?
- Chassidus applied to Adar and Terumah
- Final call: 6th annual MyLife: Chassidus Applied Contest, with a new artistic track
- Is joy inherent or acquired?
- Why can’t we build the third Temple by ourselves?
- After witnessing the parting of the sea how could the Jews sin?
- How do we explain the laws of slavery?
- Why is mixing meat and milk prohibited when they combine chesed and gevurah?
- How can people frown on marrying a ger (convert) when it’s prohibited to discriminate against geirim?
- How to deal with discrepancies between Torah and science?
- Why not study different religious beliefs before determining what is truth?
- What are the standards for a mechitzah according to the Rebbe?
- Follow up (episode 291; 296):
- Kasha on Shabbos Shira
- Secular studies
- Chassidus question: Please explain in practical terms the difference between the three stages discussed by the Rebbe in the sicha of 22 Shevat 5752
- My Life 2019 essays:
- עולם התהו ותיקון בחינוך, Dovid Altman, 43, Dnipro, Ukraine;
- Get R.E.A.L.! Chanie Wilhelm, 36, Milford, CT
- המסגרת היפה ביותר, Meira Nachimovsky, 39, Be’er Sheva, Israel
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