Ep. 354: If the “World Is Ready For Moshiach” Why Are We Still Suffering Tragedy After Tragedy? What Does G-d Want of Us?
- Tragedy in Miron
- If the “world is ready for Moshiach” (as the Rebbe said), why are we still suffering tragedy after tragedy? What does G-d want of us?
- What is bitachon in face of tragedy?
- How can this bring us to grow in our love, unity, and acceptance of each other?
- What can we learn from the difference approaches of Moshe and Aaron to the deaths of Nadav and Avihu?
- Apology for suggesting that the victims were to blame
- The Talmud about someone being crushed in the Temple
- Please comment on other speakers addressing the tragedy
- Is it right to blame anyone for the tragedy?
- Is there any validity to the Zohar going around about 45 people dying in connection with Lag B’Omer?
- Students of Rabbi Akiva
- Why should lack of respect be a cause for death?
- Can we compare other disagreements between students, for example those of the Maggid’s students, to the 24,000 students of Rabbi Akiva?
- Chassidus applied to Bamidbar
- Do we have an image of the tribes’ flags?
- Is a census a good thing or not?
- Chassidus applied to Shavuos
- What can we learn from this Shavuos being 3333 years since Mattan Torah?
- When Moshiach comes…
- Will there be an official announcement?
- Will we still have a mitzvah to believe in Hashem?
- Will there be a scoreboard and will those who did mitzvos to make him come get rewarded?
- Comments and Follow-up:
- Moshiach’s response to the Baal Shem Tov
- Tzedaka box near your bed
- Chassidus question: How do we understand the critique in Iggeres HaKodesh 11 of those who have trouble facing tragedy?
- MyLife 2020 Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest: 22nd Place winners:
- Essay English: Peeling Away the Mask: The Chassidic Guide to Overcoming Imposter Syndrome, Mallory Rosten, 23, Student, Mayanot Woman, Alpharetta, GA
- Essay Hebrew (men): החירות האמיתית: הדרך למימוש הפוטנציאל הטמון בך, Menachem Mendel Sudakevitch, Student, Kfar Chabad, Israel
- Essay Hebrew (women): יתן, ויתנו אחרים- חסיד, Michal Turnheim, Student, Beitar Illit, Israel
- Creative: Yud Shevat (sketchbook), Mushka Cyprys, 22, Teacher, Lubavitch London, UK
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