Ep. 399: What Can We Do to Ensure That the Lessons of Pesach Are Internalized and Last Throughout the Year?
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- Chassidus Applied to Post Passover
- What can we do to ensure that the lessons of Pesach are internalized and last throughout the year?
- Why do we call one of the four children a “rasha” when the Rebbe would always emphasize the pure soul in every person?
- Moshiach’s Seudah
- What is the significance of this meal on the last day of Pesach?
- Can we apply the process of leaving Mitzrayin followed by Moshiach’s Seudah at the end of the Yom tov to our own freedom from our personal traumas?
- Why did the Rebbeim not institute the drinking of a fifth cup in Moshiach’s seudah corresponding to Eliyahu’s cup?
- How do we explain Moshiach’a meal being done in Israel on the 7th day of Pesach?
- What lesson do we learn from the fact that during these weeks the Torah portion read outside of Israel is different than the one read in Israel?
- Lessons from Parshas Acharei and Kedoshim
- What is the right way of experiencing divine passion without being hurt?
- Why can we pray anywhere when we could bring offerings only in the Temple?
- Omer counting
- What is the importance of counting the Omer?
- Is there a reason that we only focus on the seven emotions and not on the three intellectual sefirot of chochma bina daas?
- Chof Ches Nissan: Is it appropriate to demand the coming of Moshiach?
- Chassidus question: How can we perpetually be leaving Mitzrayim?
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