Ep. 437: What Are the Main Lessons of Chof Beis Shevat?
- Chassidus Applied to 22 Shevat – 35 years
- What is some of the history of Chof Beis Shevat? 00:45
- How did it impact the Rebbe? 06:50
- What is the significance of this day and the number of the day – chof beis, 22? 10:05
- What are the main lessons of this day? 12:10
- Can you please share some interesting stories about the Rebbetzin?
- When you are given something, take it 14:00
- In Lubavitch all is good 18:14
- Chassidus Applied to Mishpatim
- Did the Rebbe farbreng on Shabbos Parsha Mishaptim 5748? 23:00
- What is the connection between this Parsha and 22 Shevat? 23:30
- What lessons do we learn from this portion? 25:16
- Why is the chapter called Mishpatim? 26:02
- Yud Shevat: Did the Frierdiker Rebbe clearly say or subtly hint that the Rebbe should succeed him? 33:50
- Names of the Rebbeim 36:50
- The kohen at the Frierdiker Rebbe’s histalkus 39:21
- How can we say that creating shidduchim, like the parting of the sea, is “difficult” for G-d? 40:12
- Why did the women take their musical instruments with them when they left Egypt? 44:30
- Is composing music a form of prophecy? 49:20
- Should we interpret dreams? 52:20
- What shall I do for help when I hate therapy? 55:30
- What can I do about tensions between myself and my spouse around religion? 58:40
- How to empower my husband and not become a nag? 1:04:24
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