Ep. 392: Is It Appropriate to Watch the Super Bowl and the Olympics?
In loving memory of her Dad
Chaim Yeshua on his yahrzeit, Adar 12
- Chassidus Applied to Ki Tissa
- What do we learn from this chapter?
- How do we navigate life’s ups and downs and twists and turns? The Rebbe’s Sicha 30 years ago this week
- Is there a connection between the golden calf and the giant bull sculpture on Wall Street which symbolizes money and greed?
- If the 13 attributes of mercy say G-d is slow to anger, why was G-d so quick to anger at when He saw people building and worshipping a golden calf?
- What is the significance of Moshe’s mask?
- Does it have any connection to the masks we wear on Purim?
- Why was it necessary to make a second set of tablets instead of just repairing the first broken set?
- Purim Katan
- Did the original Purim happen in a leap year, and if so was it in the first or second Adar?
- What are some of the customs we do on Purim Katan?
- Is there a connection between a leap year, called a “pregnant” year (shana m’ueberes) and women having children?
- What is the background behind the Baal Shem Tov’s Siddur?
- How can my spouse and I reconcile after an argument?
- Is it appropriate to watch the Super Bowl and the Olympics?
- What is an appropriate relationship between cousins of opposite gender?
- How should we address sexual abuse and its coverup? – Follow-up
- Chassidus question: How do we distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate “intermediaries” between G-d and us?
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