Ep. 318: Who Is Our Greatest Enemy?
In Memory of Shalom ben Harael
- Programs and resources for these trying and unprecedented times
- Chassidus Applied to Menachem Av and Devorim/Chazon
- Who is our greatest enemy?
- How should we react to good things happening to us during the three weeks?
- How should we react to the recent Chilul Hashem caused by someone who last year created an enormous Kiddush Hashem?
- Is the pandemic a sign that our shlichus has ended?
- Can I wear a mask made of shatnez?
- How were the tribes of Reuven and Gad allowed to settle outside of Israel?
- Follow–up: BLM signs
- Chassidus question: Chassidus speaks about being a pnimi and being completely focused on one task. How do you reconcile that with the ability, especially of women, to multitask?
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This comment is a technical one.
It seems as if the volume output of the last 15 or 20 episodes is lower than previously.
We like to have our episodes playing on our iPad when we sit down for supper; and recently, even when we raise the volume to the highest, it is still lower than in the past.
I checked this out on a computer just to make sure the volume on my iPad is not failing, and I found that this is the case even on the computer.
We would even more greatly appreciate your work if the volume output were higher.
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There are lots of things to learn, so much info on it.