Ep. 384: How Should a Couple Resolve Disagreements About Having Children?
Boruch Benyomin ben Menucha Lana and Miriam bas Chaya Sarah Althaus
Yekusiel ben Leah Rochel amd Rochel bas Liba Farkash
Dedicated by Pinchas Todros ben Miriam and Sarah bas Rochel Althaus
- Chassidus applied to Shemos
- What personal lessons do we learn from the story of the Egyptian exile and redemption?
- Why do we need to read about all the painful details of the Jews suffering and affliction?
- How did Moshe find out he was Jewish?
- Who were the two Jewish men that saw Moshe kill the Egyptian, and why would they report him?
- Why were some wicked people, like Dasan and Aviram, fortunate to have their names and lineage mentioned in the Torah?
- What is the significance of G-d talking to Moshe from the burning bush?
- Why was Moshe commanded to take off his sandals before approaching the burning bush?
- Was the Egyptian redemption initiated from above, and will the future redemption be different?
- What are some practical examples of how we can express bitachon in our everyday lives?
- Lessons from 20 Teves: What is the significance of this day and what does it teach us?
- 10 Teves: Why do we have four fast days to commemorate the different stages leading up to and including the destruction of the Beis Hamikdash?
- Why do we speak about the bones of Yosef if the body of a Tzaddik remains intact?
- Was Jacobs’ blessing to Zebulun fulfilled, that he will dwell on the coast of the seas?
- Is it appropriate to listen to a sicha of the Rebbe on double speed?
- Sholom Bayis: How should a couple resolve disagreements about having children?
- My husband is afraid of having children due to my father’s mental health issues. How can I resolve this?
- What to do if the wife wants children and the husband is just not ready?
- Should I pursue intellectual truth regardless of where it may lead me, even if it may cause me to reject my upbringing?
- What does Torah/Chassidus say about fetishes?
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