Ep. 365: Traveling to Alma Ata: Sentiments About the Rebbe and His Father
- Chassidus applied to Re’eh
- How can a “curse” be called a gift?
- What happened at Mt. Gerizim and Mt. Ebal?
- Why are we not allowed to drink blood?
- What is the criteria for an evil idolatrous city to be destroyed?
- How to respond to recent tragedies?
- As I celebrate my 100th birthday, what is one important lesson of Jewish wisdom I can impart to my family to ensure they will have the passion to carry on our Jewish traditions?
- Is it appropriate to induce a spiritual experience through a drum circle?
- How should I deal with my family opposing my choice of being a Chassid?
- As I become more religious I am alienating some of my friends. What should do about that?
- Follow up: Magen Dovid on the Reb Levik’s matzeivah
- Traveling to Alma Ata: Sentiments about the Rebbe and his father
- Chassidus question: Is it significant that there are three weeks of mourning and seven weeks of consolation?
- MyLife 2020 Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest – 32nd Place winners:
- Essay English: Just Not Feeling It, Chani Herzog, 21, Teacher at Lubavitch Senior Girls school London, England.
- Essay Hebrew (men): ויתעצב אל לבו בהשקפת תורת החסידות, Rav Royi Tor, Beit Sha’an, Israel
- Essay Hebrew (women): הלילה הזה, Mrs. Irit Tzipori, Kiryat Shemona, Israel
- Creative: A Soul; A Flame (short story), Shaina Rochel Goldstein, 19, Student, Beis Chana – Tzfas Seminary. Home town: Brooklyn, NY
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