The topics in this week’s 357th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:
- Chassidus applied to 28 Sivan – 80 years
- What is the significance of this day?
- How did the Rebbe mark this day 30 years ago?
- Lessons from Korach
- Why do we need a Rebbe?
- What was the response to Korach’s argument?
- Can we learn anything from this story about nepotism?
- How do we understand the story of Aaron’s rod sprouting almonds?
- What should be our attitude to the new coalition government in Israel?
- Is it appropriate to laugh, as Rabbi Akiva did, after witnessing a tragedy?
- If we cry when a tragedy happens, does it reflect a lack of faith in G-d?
- When Moshiach comes…
- Doesn’t the Rambam say that we shouldn’t delve into the details about Moshiach?
- What’s the difference between the footsteps of Moshiach and the birthpangs of Moshiach?
- What can I do about my very devout nanny speaking to my children about her religious beliefs?
- Why are Jews considered to be the most intelligent demographic?
- Chassidus question: What does it mean that Mattan Torah didn’t happen in the lower hemisphere?
- MyLife 2020 Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest: 25th Place winners:
- Essay English: Purposeful Living, Aharon Zev Moshel, 19, Student, Kfar Chabad. Hometown: Melbourne, Australia
- Essay Hebrew (men): ואהבת לרעך כמוך: ערך עצמי למול ערך הזולת!י, Yosef Rubenfeld, Jerusalem, Israel
- Essay Hebrew (women): איך נתמודד עם מחשבות לא חיוביות, Mrs. Riki Gluckowsky, Educator, Rechovot, Israel
- Creative: Diving Through Dimensions (lesson plan), Mushka Heidingsfeld, 18, Student, Ohel Chana High School LA. Hometown: S. Monica, CA
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