Ep. 385: Does a Mashpia Have to Care For His Mushpa?
Dedicated by Faivish and Tamar Pewzner
- Chassidus applied to Vaeirah
- What can we learn from this week’s parsha about our own challenges?
- Why did G-d reveal the name Havaya to Moshe and not to the Patriarchs?
- How could Moshe just walk into Pharoah’s palace?
- Lessons from 24 Teves
- What is the significance of this day and what does it teach us?
- What did the Alter Rebbe know about the founding of the USA which happened in his time?
- Why was it important that the Alter Rebbe was a new soul?
- Why can’t we sing the Alter Rebbe’s niggun any time we wish?
- Did the Alter Rebbe write another book called Sefer Shel Tzaddikim?
- Does a mashpia have to care for his mushpa?
- Can a rov ever go bad, and if he does, how can you know and what can you do?
- Do I pursue intellectual truth no matter where it may lead me, even if that causes me to leave yiddishkeit?
- When Moshe killed the Egyptian why did it matter who descended from him?
- Why Exodus is celebrated over one week
- Can you explain Pascal’s wager and why it makes sense mathematically to take the gamble that there really is a G-d?
- Chassidus question: Please explain the three impure kelipos. If we are to abstain from them, why can we use them for certain things, as riding a horse or owning a dog?
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