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Fire Then Water: From Humility to Ecstasy to Oneness

Likkutei Torah Maamar Usheavtem Mayim: A Meditation on the Festivals of Yom Kippur, Sukkos & Shemini Atzeres

1 hr 12 min

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Fire Then Water: From Humility to Ecstasy to Oneness- Likkutei Torah Maamar Usheavtem Mayim: A Meditation on the Festivals of Yom Kippur, Sukkos & Shemini Atzeres

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    Yussi -7 months ago

    I love your tie, reminds me of sterling street

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    tzipi -13 years ago

    Where a broken heart can reach
    This essay spoke right to my heart since I have been dealing with some (relatively) difficult challenges recently and many tears have flowed. Gd willing, these tears and prayers will open up the gates of mercy.

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    Dovid -13 years ago

    Question - so why dancing on Shmini/SimchasT?
    If the essense is 'stop','retreat' why dancing? is the dancing prior to the stop or post the stop?

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    Kayo, Tokyo -13 years ago

    Question
    Baruch HaShem

    I have a question.
    In this shiur, Rabbi Paltiel said there are 2 kinds of fires, one we kindle and another from HaShem. And I believe he said Sukkah is the fire from HaShem. But at the same time, during Sukkot, we draw water and pour on the alter. The water represents "having G-d", beyond passion. The water extinguish fire. So the Sukkot is Fire or Water?

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    nechamasara -13 years ago

    speed
    I don't know when this shiur was given, however, it is erev Yom Kippur here in Eretz HaKodesh and I wanted to hear some divrei torah; however something is not right with the speed, it keeps stopping and then catching up then stopping?? Can you help me on this?

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    thanks -13 years ago

    thank you
    the clouds in the background are just distracting. a bookshelf full of sefarim would be best (real not virtual)

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    Reuvain Stoll -13 years ago

    Such Bitul Torah. BH"
    Thank you Rabbi Paltiel for your time and energy.

    Lshana Tova

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    Michal -13 years ago

    some info in English
    Here is a link to translation Ush’avtem Mayim B’sason
    Mima’aynei Hayeshua to English http://www.likuteitorah.com...

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    Beautiful! -13 years ago

    Pure chassidus
    Thank you so much for this shiur.

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    Kayo, Tokyo -13 years ago

    Phylosophycan yet Practical
    Baruch HaShem

    Thank you for an Emeth which is a convergence of phylosophy and practicality ready to apply to our lives. I will try to practice this precious teaching during this High Holydays, as well as evey day life.

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