The topics in this week’s 324th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:
Chassidus Applied to 11, 13 and 15 Elul: Love, trust and accountability
60 Days: Resources for preparing for the New Year in these trying and unprecedented times
Lessons from Ki Tavo and yeshiva: Intimate connection. Internalizing the experience
The power of gratitude
Are the verses in the Song of Songs ever to be understood literally?
Is Elul considered a month of harvest?
What should I think about when listening to the shofar?
Is there a time of year when prayers are more effective?
What should I do about my husband’s addiction to inappropriate online content?
Chassidus question: How do we understand the statement that after six millennia there will be one or two thousand years of “destruction”? Will the Messianiac era last only one millennium?
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