Here is the replay of last night's Emuna Hour on Zoom. First, we'll review basic spiritual anatomy and the two different flows of influence from top to bottom and bottom to top, and then we continue to learn about the anatomy of free choice.
This is our debut of Emuna Hour, our new weekly shiur on Zoom that helps us learn and internalize the principles of emuna. The mp3 is unedited, so you can hear how Nazis and hate-spammers tried to crash the shiur between minutes 17:30 and 19:00. The yetzer hara - Evil Inclination - does not want us to be learning emuna. Too bad; he hits us, but we hit back. Rebbe Nachman told us never to be afraid...
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Nicknames, especially hurtful ones, are dangerous. Our names are by far one of our most important assets and determine so much in our lives, as we learn today:
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Ask anyone you like, Jewish or not, if they believe in God. Most people will answer in the affirmative. Now, ask one of the people who told you that they believe in God, what it means to believe in God. Few will give you a clear answer.
G-d willing, our new weekly classes on Zoom, entitled "Emuna Hour", will change all that. Join us on Zoom or own Facebook Live every Wednesday at 8:30 PM Israel Time. Here's your personal invitation:
Topic: Emuna Hour
Time: Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020 08:30 PM Jerusalem / 1:30 PM NYC
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 865 7458 1688
FB live: facebook.com/lazerbrody or facebook.com/groups/22531953392
Let's begin to get some answers:
How do I repay a person who taught me how to light Shabbat candles or to put on tefillin? A million dollars? A billion dollars? That doesn't come close to compensate for even one time of lighting Shabbat candles or putting on tefillin. There's a big difference between paying back a material favor and paying back a spiritual favor. Enjoy today's 3-minute podcast and have a lovely Shabbat and Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan:
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A disgruntled husband went to his rabbi for an urgent consultation. "Rabbi, I want to divorce my wife," he said gravely, "I can't stand her anymore." Here's an entertaining parable about how to find happiness.