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Likkutei Torah Sheishes Yamim Maamar #1 -- Class 1: Why Did G-d Make Us Dependent On Food?

Faith Before Midnight

1 hr 15 min

Class Summary:

16 Adar II 5771 -- March 22, 2011

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    Betty -11 years ago

    Hermosa enseñanza
    Que hermosa enseñanza, me encantó!

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    tzipi glick -13 years ago

    shiur and the intro music
    I love these shiurim just as they are. there is so much to absorb in each one. It takes me at least a week to listen .

    Plus the music that is played is excellent. Who is the pianist?

    Thank you



    tzipi

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    Rabbi Yossi Paltiel -13 years ago

    single classes on a complete maamar vs. a series.
    The issue is dictated by the Alter Rebbe. As we transfer from the Torah Ohr to the Likutei torah the maamarim are much longer making learning a complete maamar in one sitting impractical. Rabbi Y. Paltiel

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    CARMELA -13 years ago

    ONE WEEKLY HOUR OR A SERIE OF CLASSES
    B''H
    THEYESHIVA.NET EXPENDED ITS CLASSES AND TEACHERS WITH A VARIETY OF SUBJECTS, WHICH FOR WE SHOULD EXPRESS OUR APPRECIATION AND GRATITUDE , RATHER THAN BEING SO PICKY, EACH WITH HIS OWN PREFERENCE.NO ONE CAN EVER SATISFY EVERYBODY, CATERING TO EACH LIKINGS.
    THANK YOU THE YESHIVA.NET,FOR THE NEW RANGE OF TOPICS AND
    INTRODUCING NEW TEACHERS, NEW STYLES OF TEACHING.
    YISHAR KOACH !
    CARMELA, ISRAEL

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    Moshe Yisroel -13 years ago

    to Michael & Menachem Tzemach
    I have a solution, we do two classes, one for starters, and a second for more advanced, just as its done with the Talmud class.

    But if we can only have one class I would take the weekly.

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    Michael -13 years ago

    "FOR" for multiple weeks class
    These classes are not for one hour study. In old time those classes had been studied several hours, maybe one day. Yeshiva's students can do this. Here the Rabbi has only one hour. I would prefer to have several weeks study the same topic than short study for one hour. I had an experience to study Torah's Parsha in one hour which enough only to study one statement from the Parsha.

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    Anonymous -13 years ago

    I second that
    start and finish all in one week is the best.

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    Menachem Tzedek -13 years ago

    Response to Ben and Rabbi Avi
    I understand you want to give the teacher a chance to get deeper in to the subject, but the good thing about having the week per sedra is that you get to start and finish the class the same day, and you have what to say at the shabbat table or to a friend at work.

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    Rabbi Avi Shlomo -13 years ago

    Response to Ben
    Thank you for your feedback and telling us your preferences.

    We decided to begin 'courses' of a few weeks each because this allows the teacher to get much deeper into a subject without having to restart each class.

    Hope you enjoy this too.

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    Ben Ch -13 years ago

    Maamer selection
    Appreciate your classes as always though disappointed u have taken the multi-week approach rather than week by week per sedra material

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    Former Talmid -13 years ago

    nice tie

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