Ep. 402: How Can We Say That “It’s Never Too Late” When There Are Mistakes That Cannot Be Reversed or Corrected?
Boruch Benyomin ben Menucha Lana and Miriam bas Chaya Sarah Althaus
Yekusiel ben Leah Rochel and Rochel bas Liba Farkash
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- Chassidus Applied to Pesach Sheni
- What personal message does this day offer us?
- How can we say that “it’s never too late” when there are mistakes that cannot be reversed or corrected?
- If it’s truly never too late, why isn’t there a Pesach Shlishi, Riviei, etc.?
- Did the Rebbe ever say that Pesach Sheni is an opportune time for Moshiach to come?
- Lessons from 13 Iyar: 70th yahrzeit of the Rebbe’s brother, Reb Yisroel Aryeh Leib
- Chassidus Applied to Lag B’Omer
- What is its personal relevance to us?
- Is there a connection between this day and Moshiach?
- Why is there a custom to use a bow and arrow on this day?
- Are any of its rituals taken from non-Jewish sources?
- Students of Rabbi Akiva:
- Why do we cease mourning on Lag B’Omer and on the other hand, we don’t make weddings after Lag B’Omer?
- What lessons do we learn today from the students of Rabbi Akiva dying during this time due to disrespecting each other?
- When people disrespect each other today does it have a negative impact?
- How do we respond to a prominent rabbi arguing that we are not allowed to demand “we want Moshiach now” and other things the Rebbe initiated or endorsed?
- What can we learn from the rising gas prices?
- Iyar: Where do months come from?
- Is it alright for me to have linens with the image of butterflies embroidered on them?
- Chassidus question: Is there a difference between the energy generated on a Biblical holiday and a Rabbinic one? Will we celebrate these holidays after Moshiach comes?
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