8:00pm: With the Rebbe Discouraging Family Planning, How Should We Deal With Legitimate Concerns Related to Having More Children?
The topics in this week’s 383rd episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:
- Chassidus applied to Vayechi
- Why is the chapter about Yaakov’s passing called “and Yaakov lived”?
- Why did Yaakov send Yehuda to Egypt to set up a yeshiva – don’t parents do this for their children, rather than the other way around?
- If Yaakov was not allowed to reveal the time of Moshiach’s coming, why did the Rebbe reveal it?
- Why was Yosef not buried in Israel like his father Yaakov?
- How many tribes are there – twelve or thirteen?
- Was Yosef superior to his brothers?
- Lessons from Asarah b’Teves
- What is the significance of this fast day and what does it teach us?
- Why is the writing of the Septuagint on this day considered a bad thing?
- Hei Teves
- Does the ruling mean that every Chassid has part ownership of the books?
- Should we forgive those that stole the books?
- Is it better to give $10 to one cause or $1 to 10 causes?
- Dr. Feldman
- Sholom Bayis
- With the Rebbe discouraging family planning, how should we deal with legitimate concerns related to having more children?
- What can I do about my husband singing objectionable songs?
- Did the Rebbe critique Ayn Rand’s philosophy of Objectivism?
- Chassidus question: What is the difference between sovev kol almin and mimaleh kol almin?
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