The topics in this week’s 323rd episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:
- Chassidus Applied to Elul and Ki Teitzei
- How to experience the High Holidays in a new way
- 60 Days: Resources for preparing for the New Year in these trying and unprecedented times
- What practical steps can we do this Elul to make an actual difference in our lives?
- How to fight battles by remaining above your adversaries
- Does G-d answer our prayers in Elul?
- How can you connect with G-d in a way that you can feel Him responding?
- How do we find clarity amidst all the disinformation being spread today?
- Are there any predictions about current events in the Torah?
- What should we do about liberals trying to force our schools to teach their agenda?
- Political conflicts
- Chassidus question: Why is it special to pray at certain holy sites when G-d hears our prayers everywhere?
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