Ep. 400: How Can a Torah Observant Jew Be Obnoxious?
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- Chassidus Applied to the month of Iyar
- What energy and message does this month contain?
- What are the different acronyms of Iyar?
- What is true health and true healing?
- Lessons from Parshas Kedoshim
- What is holiness?
- How is it different than goodness?
- What does the Kedoshim add to all the many other verses where we are told to sanctify ourselves?
- How can a Torah observant Jew be obnoxious?
- Why is love the “entire Torah” when many mitzvos are between man and G-d?
- Is eating and sleeping l’shem shomayim a mitzva equal to mitzvos like tefillin, shabbos and kashrus, because it falls under kedoshim ti’hiyu?
- How can the Torah speak negatively about people when there is a prohibition of loshon hara?
- Will committing not to sacrifice our children to Moloch help us have children?
- What do we learn from pigul?
- How do I explain to my children why we can’t attend a Yom Ha’atzmaut event?
- How do I honor my mother who just passed away?
- Why isn’t music used more often in shuls and Jewish institutions?
- Chassidus question: Can we be as holy as G-d?
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