Ep. 405: Is It Appropriate for Schools to Have Their Children Solicit Their Families for a Fundraising Campaign?
Boruch Benyomin ben Menucha Lana and Miriam bas Chaya Sarah Althaus
Yekusiel ben Leah Rochel and Rochel bas Liba Farkash
Dedicated by Pinchas Todros ben Miriam and Sarah bas Rochel Althaus
- Chassidus Applied to Post Shavuos
- How do we maintain inspiration after the initial spark dissipates?
- If G-d gave every Jew the Torah for free, why are yeshiva tuitions so expensive?
- What positive changes can I expect now that I have finally counted Sefira all 49 days with a brocha?
- What do we learn from the seven days of tashlumin?
- Chassidus Applied to Behaalotecha
- What do we learn from lighting the Menorah in a way that the “flames rise on their own”?
- Why were the Levites commanded to shave off all their hair? How about their beards?
- Why did the Jews complain about the manna – the perfect food?
- Who were Eldad and Medad?
- Why was Miriam punished for criticizing Moshe?
- Is there a connection between Miriam waiting seven days and the mikveh?
- Is it appropriate for schools to have their children solicit their families for a fundraising campaign?
- Why are people so opposed to the government requiring yeshivas to teach more secular studies?
- Chassidus question: If there is a connection between Shemitah and Shabbos, why is Shemitah only observed within the borders of Israel but Shabbos is observed everywhere?
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