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Giving the People "Daas" -- Real Awareness

Torah Or Maamer Vaileh Hamishpatim - Part 2

1 hr 5 min

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Maamer Vaileh Hamishpatim - Part 2. Giving the People "Daas" -- Real Awareness

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    Binyomin -9 years ago

    Thanks for this shiur.
    This and many other shiuri, are not well categorized. this you can't find it under parshas mispathim..
    please fix.

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    chayim -9 years ago

    no mp3

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    Dov -10 years ago

    Thank you for the great Shiur!

    What is the connection betweeen moshe teaching Daas and libun hilchasa? Does Moshe teach daas via halacha?

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    me -10 years ago

    thank you for great insight

    It’s amazing! From another class online (http://www.youtube.com/watc... I learned how the G0d’s instruction for us to be holly “KODESH” correlates to the word KOF “a monkey” . One of the paths to holiness is through imitating Him (like  “monkey see, monkey do”).  At the same time KEDUSHA strongly connected to the word TORAH. Only when imitation is connected to Torah, it has a chance to be holiness. However “when it is an external and superficial show”  KEDUSHA turns into RASHA. “The reason is that imitation without INNER REALITY (as we learn here without DAAS) turns into opposite of holiness.”

    It is not a coincidence: two different Rabbis speaking two different topics in different timeframe, using different approach come to the identical conclusion. If this is not proving truth than what is?

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Yossi Paltiel

  • January 25, 2014
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