Ep. 360: How Should We React to the Catastrophic Building Collapse in South Florida?
- How should we react to the catastrophic building collapse in South Florida?
- With the recent structural disasters in Meron (in Iyar), Stolin (in Sivan) and now in Surfside (in Tammuz), what are we to think?
- Chassidus applied to 17 Tammuz
- What is the significance of this day?
- Why do we still fast for an event that happened 2,000 years ago, but we don’t have a fast day for the holocaust that was less than a hundred years ago?
- What can we learn from the breaching of the Jerusalem walls?
- Lessons from Pinchas
- Does Pinchas killing Zimri without due process leave room for antinomianism?
- Why is Pinchas rewarded for zealotry? Isn’t that setting a precedent for inspiring zealots to commit crimes?
- Why were there no laws in the Torah protecting women and their rights to inheritance until the daughters of Tzelaphchad spoke up and complained?
- Why were the daughters of Tzelaphchad not punished for complaining?
- Complaining to G-d
- Why was G-d so harsh with us when we complained in the wilderness?
- Is there an appropriate way of complaining to G-d?
- Is there anything wrong with obfuscating the fact I’m Jewish when going out in public, especially with the rise of anti-Semitism?
- Follow-up: Sin of the scouts
- Chassidus question: What is the concept of taanug according to Chassidus? Part 2
- MyLife 2020 Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest: 28th Place winners:
- Essay English: Loneliness, Chaya Mushka Stern, 25, Hebrew Teacher, Brooklyn, NY
- Essay Hebrew (men): לחיות חיים מאושרים מהדרכת ספר התניא, Itamar Yankovitch, student, Jerusalem, Israel
- Essay Hebrew (women): שטות כדרך חיים, Chanie Lieberman, educator, Ashkelon, Israel
- Creative: We’re In This Together (photography & poetry), Rivka Plotkin20, Student, Beis Chana – Tzfas Seminary. Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
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