8:00pm: Were the Original Jews Dark Skinned?
The topics in this week’s 426th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:
- Why is Kislev called the month of Geulah? What is the meaning of Geulah?
- Chassidus Applied to Tes Kislev:
- What is the main contribution of the Mitteler Rebbe?
- Why is the Mitteler Rebbe compared to Binah?
- Chassidus Applied to Vayeitzei
- What personal lessons do we learn from Jacob’s journey from Beer Sheba to Charan?
- What is the significance of Yaakov’s dream of the ladder and what practical advice does it give us in our daily lives?
- Was Yaakov’s 14 years of work a punishment for the 14 years he spent in the yeshiva of Shem V’Eiver?
- Who were Bilha and Zilpa?
- Why did Rachel steal her father’s idols?
- How can we say that Rivka was only three years old when she married Yitzchak?
- Are nose rings appropriate today?
- Why did Abraham not tell Sarah about the Akeidah?
- Are there any authentic surviving paintings of the patriarchs or Moses?
- Is it wise to learn both tracks of Rambam daily – three chapters as well as one chapter?
- Were the original Jews dark skinned?
- Why do we pray?
- Is prayer about cultivating community?
- What is kavanah and the proper way to pray?
- Are our prayers answered?
- Is it possible that my prayers weren’t answered because I didn’t pray properly?
- When we pray are we tuning in to different spiritual frequencies? Is that the reason why we assume different positions when saying certain prayers?
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