Ep. 351: What Is the Rebbe’s View On the State of Israel?
- Chassidus applied to Acharei-Kedoshim
- How to balance healthy tension and resolution?
- What does it mean to sanctify your life?
- What lessons do we learn from the 3 meanings in the word Sefirah
- 28 Nissan – 30 years: Moshiach
- Why is there no campaign to improve our midos?
- What should we study in particular?
- A practical suggestion
- When Moshiach comes…
- How do we balance actively waiting for Moshiach while responsibly living our daily lives?
- Do we bring Moshiach by doing mitzvot or do we wait for Moshiach and do mitzvot?
- How will we get to Israel?
- What is the Rebbe’s view on the State of Israel?
- What should we do about Israel’s new conversion law accepting conservative and reform conversions?
- Chassidus question: Why do the 248 positive mitzvos correspond to the 248 limbs?
- MyLife 2020 Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest: 19th Place winners:
- Essay English: But Why? Tzivia Greenbaum, 19, Student, Beis Chana – Tzfas Seminary. Hometown: Hampton East, Australia
- Essay Hebrew (men): אהבת ישראל, Drori Galili, Shadrot, Israel
- Essay Hebrew (women): הגשמה עצמית, Chaya Mushka Lipskar, Jerusalem, Israel
- Creative: Your Gashes Will Gild Me (poetry), Aidel Cohen, 26, Tzivos Hashem, Brooklyn, NY
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