8:00pm: With the Rise of Anti-Semitic Attacks, Is It Time to Start Fighting Back?

The topics in this week’s 356th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:

  • Chassidus applied to Shelach
    • Why did G-d tell Moshe to send the scouts of his own volition?
    • What did the scouts do wrong? 
    • Why did they bring back large grapes?
    • Why was the one who carried wood on Shabbos put to death?
    • How do tzitzis remind us of the mitzvos?
  • What can we do to increase unity and love?
  • Now that cities are opening up, can we say that it is a sign of the imminent geulah?
  • With the rise of anti-Semitic acts is it time to start fighting back?
  • When Moshiach comes…
    • Will he be an actual human being?
    • Can Moshiach be a woman?
    • Will our divine service be more similar to the Temple periods in Jewish history or shul services today?
    • Will 770 be transported to Israel?
  • Comments and Follow-up:
    • What were the colors and images of the tribes’ flags?
    • 12 Sivan
    • One state solution
  • Chassidus question: Can a neshomo be in two places at once?
  • MyLife 2020 Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest: 24th Place winners:
    • Essay English: Elevated Sleep, Rena Pinson, 19, Student, Beis Chana – Tzfas Seminary. Hometown: Los Angeles, CA
    • Essay Hebrew (men): אהבת ישראל –  אינטראקציה אנושית בהשקפה חסידית, Eliyahu Lichshtein, Student, Tel Aviv, Israel
    • Essay Hebrew (women): מוח שליט על הלבכהצעה לטיפול בהתמכרות, Mrs. Nechama Dina Kozlofsky, Kfar Chabad, Israel
    • Creative: Every Jew is a Diamond that Needs to be Refined (sketchbook), David Naccache, 25, La Ferté-sous-Jouarre, France

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