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Finding Myself In G-d Vs. Losing Myself In G-d

Torah Or Vayakhel Maamar Kechu M'Eitchem Terumah: The Supremacy of Self-Subjugation Over Self-Transformation

1 hr 8 min

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Finding Myself In G-d Vs. Losing Myself In G-d- Torah Or Vayakhel Maamar Kechu M'Eitchem Terumah: The Supremacy of Self-Subjugation Over Self-Transformation

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    Anonymous -11 years ago

    muy bueno
    Muy bueno el articulo, de lo mejor que leí sobre el tema.



    Gustavo B.

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    jorge -11 years ago

    Shaná tobá
    excelente nota y sumamente real y didáctica, el largo el proceso del ser humano para tratar de llegar a la conclusión de como debe actuar en cada ámbito de la vida, ojalá nuestras festividades nos provean cada vez más de las herramientas que necesitamos para vivir mejor y en comunidad con la máxima tolerancia al otro y con la máxima alegría de lo propio.

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    Cecilia -11 years ago

    Excelente!
    Excelente!

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    Chana -13 years ago

    Again, after 40 years, an important question answered!
    Thank you again for enabling me to straighten out a question that has been bothering me for 40 years: the relationship between keeping Torah and Mitzvos with bittul and having a personal relationship with Hashem. May Hashem continue to shower His brachos on you!

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    Kayo, Tokyo -13 years ago

    Todah for another pearl
    Baruch HaShem

    Thank you for another fascinating Maamar of Alter Rebbe. For me alone, it is very difficult to access and understand these precious Maamar. I am so fortunate that I have opportunities to watch your shiurim.

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    Anonymous -13 years ago

    Sovev becomes mmaleye?
    Line 122 - 123 seems to says sovev becomes actual mmaleye. hows is that possible? After all they r 'rooted' in different sources.

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      Sydney Bochur -7 years ago

      Sovev is a sprinboard for memaleh. Imagine the two concepts as a long distance and close distance relationship... Memaleh being the latter. First tou start off by a text message or a skype call with a friend-making plans e.g: lets play football at the park today (long distance, just making plans to meet). Then when you actually meet at the park, thats the internal, real, tangible and close distance relationship! So we see this too with HaShems relationship with us. It first starts off in a sovev way and only when you "experience" HaShems energy in this sovev way, can HaShem interact and permeate with mmaleh. So sovev is the springboard for memaleh to jump off! And they are sourced in the same places... or ein sof boruch hu... The Or Ein Sof is the same Or, but they differ in amount of power (essence) and implementations... Yes different sefiros are used to implement each differently but thats not a discussion you can have on a forum like this one... Thanks for the beautiful shiur R Paltiel! I love the way you and R YY teach Chassidus!... Are you or Rabbi Jacobson able to teach and explain the Maamer Veyakhel Torah Ohr Vayakhel Moshe? Would much appreciate it and understand it better!

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    Shmuel -13 years ago

    Teruma - trei Maei
    The Rabbi glossed over the reference to Trumah as Trei Mei (in the end of the Maamer) w/ no explanation, what is the import of "Trei Mei" refering to classical Terumah(Gedolah)?

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      Shlomo -3 years ago

      Hi, after 10 years i would like to hear the rest of the class, because its stopped in the middle of a sentence/parragraf (53:17min.)

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    pesach -13 years ago

    Thank you for the wonderful shuir!

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