Ep. 340: Applying Chapter 11 of Basi L’Gani to Our Lives: Challenges Elicit the Deepest Treasures and Resources
In loving memory of Avram Reuvain ben Eliyahu
- Chassidus Applied to Yud Shevat and Bo
- 70 years from Basi L’Gani 5711
- Applying chapter 11 of Basi L’Gani to our lives
- What do we learn from the verse that the Jews are called “Tzivos Hashem”?
- Challenges elicit the deepest treasures and resources
- The soldiers of our generation are given these divine treasures to finish the battle and bring the Geulah
- Our polarized country:
- How could you say that violence is never the answer?
- Should we be concerned about the rhetoric coming from the radical left?
- How should we respond to the millions of Americans who believe the election was stolen?
- Suicide follow-up
- Chassidus question:
- Why are there sefiros? Shouldn’t we be praying directly to G-d?
- How do we reconcile the three interpretations in “alov v’lo l’midosov”?
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