Ep. 353: How Do We Even Begin to Address the Horrific Tragedy in Miron on Lag B’Omer?!
- Tragedy in Miron
- How do we even begin to address the horrific events in Miron on Lag B’Omer?!
- Can we correlate this with the death of Rabbi Akiva’s 24,000 students?
- Is it appropriate to blame victims for their demise?
- Why do we have a period of mourning for Rabbi Akiva’s students, but not even one day of mourning for the six million victims of the holocaust?
- Chassidus applied to Behar-Bechukosei
- What is the significance of the yovel year?
- Why are there curses in the Torah?
- Why does the Torah discriminate against handicapped people?
- Chassidus question: How do we reconcile G-d running every aspect of the world and we having the power to create reality above?
- MyLife 2020 Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest: 21st Place winners:
- Essay English: Music, Bitachon, and Mental Health, Yael Kane, 27, Bnos Chomesh Academy, Music Teacher, New York
- Essay Hebrew (men): מאמר מאין ליש, Yisef Alperowitz, Student, Kfar Chabad, Israel
- Essay Hebrew (women): שליחות משמעותית, Dr. Durit Adina, Kiryat Shmuel (Haifa), Israel
- Creative: Conquering Pleasures (video), Mendel Cyrulnik, 14, Student, Melbourne YC, Australia
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