Ep. 338: I Plan on Committing Suicide. I’m in So Much Pain! Please Help…
In honor of my beautiful parents
who always push me to grow and learn
- Chassidus Applied to Chof and Chof Dalet Teves
- The similarities of the Rambam and the Alter Rebbe
- The role of leaders in difficult times
- Lessons from Shemos:
- Why is the entire book of Shemos called Sefer HaGeulah?
- How to deal with demons – Mitzrayim – in our spirits?
- How to see beyond the tzimtzum’s abyss?
- Is it inappropriate to wish someone Happy New Year?
- I plan on committing suicide. I’m in so much pain! Please help…
- What can we do to help someone contemplating suicide?
- Suicide is frightening me? Please address this recent tragedy and inspire us all with some light.
- Chassidus question: Please explain Tanya chapter 12: How can one be a Benoni who has never sinned when there are three daily sins no one is spared from?
- MyLife 2020 Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest: 10th Place winners:
- Essay English: Irrelevant Micromanagement, Chaya Rivkin, 19, Student, Machon Shoshanat Yerushalayim, Hometown: New Orleans, LA
- Essay Hebrew (men): נחיתות ופתרונה – ע”פ תורת החסידות, Shlomo Chaim Shmuelevitz, Beis Shaan, Israel
- Essay Hebrew (women): לחיות בתודעה אלוקית, Chana Leibman, Rishon L’Tzion, Israel
- Creative: Torah Map (maps), Anthony Bensusan, 63, London, UK
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