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The Talmudic Sages #3: Rabbi Akiva

To the Pardes and Back Fully Intact

1 hr 22 min

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To the Pardes and Back Fully Intact -- The Story of Rabbi Akiva. Series: The Talmudic Sages #3

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    yitzchok -10 years ago

    source
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    is this R. Zigelboum's conclusion to the sources about silence or is he explaining the conclusion of a different place not shown in the ciriculum?


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      Anonymous -10 years ago

      Re: source
      Yitzchok,



      I am not sure what your'e asking. But i think youre asking if my conclusions are in the corriculum. If this is what you are asking, , then the answer is : the corriculum is just to help the listner follow the Shiur and the sunjects in the Shiur.  



      The conclusions I arrive at, I say them clearly on the screen. 



      Thanks for listenning.

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    Anonymous -10 years ago

    Very interesting approach
    I really like R' Zigelboum's Mahalach in these classes

    it's new and refreshing



    Regarding the need for Shtikah (silence) there's a famous teaching of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov. In short, he explains that any form of talk, even while trying to match Hashem's wisdom and solve the alleged injustice, is wrong and eventually leads to a new, worse pondering. The Silent acceptance is required in order to be able not to fall into questioning Hashem in any way.

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      Anonymous -10 years ago

      Re: Very interesting approach
      Thank you for this comment. I was not awaere of Rabbi Nachman's Torah about it, but I am happy "ברוך שכיוונתי לדעת גדולים".



      "ויידום אהרון".

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    avraham -10 years ago

    tagin (crowns)
    When Moshe Rabenu saw Hashem writting the tagin and telling him thath one day... explaining  the tagin

    I beleive this was by the second luchot, as by the first luchot the torah shebal pe and its all  complexity would not be given (was given only  by the second luchot)

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    avraham -10 years ago

    great class
    amazing!!!

    keep the good work

    i enjoyed immensily

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      Anonymous -10 years ago

      Re: great class
      Avraham,



      Thank you.  It makes it all worth it to know that people enjoy it so much!!

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    Mark -10 years ago

    Amazing Class
    Rabbi Zigelbaum

    Amazing, MIxture of psychology and torah

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      Anonymous -10 years ago

      Re: Amazing Class
      Mark,



      Thank you very much. I hope you will continue to listen and follow the Shiurim. 

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    great shiurim!!!! thank you very much!

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      Anonymous -10 years ago

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      Thank you very much .

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Dedicated in loving memory of Rabbi Avraham Eliezer ben RabbiYosef Shmuel Zigelboum. And Rabbi Yosef ben Rabbi Moshe Yehuda Goldstein.

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