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G-d's Arrows

During the Exodus from Egypt the energy of Moshiach was unleashed; There is No Turning Back. An In-Depth Talmudic Analysis

1 hr 2 min

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G-d's Arrows-During the Exodus from Egypt the energy of Moshiach was unleashed; There is No Turning Back. An In-Depth Talmudic Analysis

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    ireuvein bn moirdachi hacohen -12 years ago

    Fire
    amen

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    Missed a point -13 years ago

    10th of Av
    Can someone please clarify, I am still left with a question. If Hashem's "arrows" are different because He can always retrieve them, then why do we fast on the 9th of Av which is when it was set off but Hashem could have still ended it, so shouldn't we fast on the 10th??
    Thank you

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    Admin -13 years ago

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    Moshe -13 years ago

    Mp3
    When is your mp3 going to be compatible with I phone

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    Anonymous -13 years ago

    R. Yochanan
    I think "hi" was referring to R. Yochanan ben Zakai, who was the leader of the Jews during the destruction of Jerusalem in 70 C.E. The R. Yochanan mentioned in this Gemara was the brother-in-law and colleague of R. Shimon ben Lakish, also known as Reish Lakish. The two lived much later.

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    nz -13 years ago

    circles
    bs'd

    what is the possible causes of the pause/circles and how are they avoided?

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    YYJ -13 years ago

    Rabbi Yochanan
    Rabbi Yochanan was born around 180 CE, that is more than a century after the destruction of the Beis Hamikdash.

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    hi -13 years ago

    question
    Did not Reb Yoichonon live for 120 years, through the destruction of the second Bais Hamikdosh? So therefore, why did he say if i would have lived then i would have instituded to fast on the 10th of Av? deep

    also i didnot understand the lagic the gemarah gives for Reb Yochanan, why if a fire has no subatsnace does it become your arrow, even though it travels on its own? just because we can't call it "your property," does it automotically become "you"?!

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    nechama -13 years ago

    pain
    this is painful, i clicked on 'high' and it began playin, albeit with pauses; when i clicked on 'medium' ............................ nothing happened except for the little twirling circle in the middle. sigh!

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    Kayo -13 years ago

    Gift of HaShem unleashed
    Baruch HaShem

    My life, until I met Chabad Lubavitch, was a misplaced passion. Chabad has nurtured, educated, guided, reoriented, sustained my passion, so that I can sanctiry it. Now my dream is the day my husband stands in front of Kadosh Baru Hu, with total submission, at Beis HaMikdash wearing a Tallit Gadol I gave him at the wedding.

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    Isaac -13 years ago

    To Rob
    I think for sure you are correct.

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    Rob Rubin -13 years ago

    Unleashing the energy of Moshiach
    Is it possible to say or infer that when Hashem made the covenant with our Patriachs, that was when the energy of our redemption as a nation started?

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