Ep. 391: How to Resolve a Disagreement With My Spouse Whose Covid Paranoia Is Adversely Impacting Our Lives?
Boruch Benyomin ben Menucha Lana and Miriam bas Chaya Sarah Althaus
Yekusiel ben Leah Rochel and Rochel bas Liba Farkash
Pinchas Todros ben Miriam and Sarah bas Rochel Althaus
- Chassidus Applied to Tetzaveh
- What do we learn from this chapter?
- What can we do today as a substitute for the rituals in the temple?
- What was the tzitz that the kohen gadol wore on his forehead?
- Is there a connection between the tzitz and tzitzis we wear?
- Adar/7 Adar
- Did the Rebbe once say that by increasing in simcha sixty fold during these two months of Adar all negativity will be nullified, batel b’shishim?
- How do you measure your growth in happiness?
- How did Haman know that Moshe passed away on the 7th of Adar?
- How should we respond to the claims that the Holocaust was not racist?
- Is Judaism a race or a religion?
- What attitude should we have to those struggling with transgender issues?
- What do you think about the term OTD (off the derech)?
- How should we address sexual abuse and its coverup? – Follow-up
- What advice did the Rebbe give us to stay safe living in Crown Heights?
- How to resolve a disagreement with my spouse whose covid paranoia is adversely impacting our lives?
- Chassidus question: According to Tanya chapter 25 that Selach Lonu is like the Tamid offering, why is the chapter about the Tamid offering recited in the morning blessings?
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