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Is Man a Creator Or an Organizer?

The legal, mystical, and philosophical ideas behind the Laws of "Selecting" on Shabbos. Class 1 in the series

50 min

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The legal, mystical, and philosophical ideas behind the Laws of "Selecting" on Shabbos. Class 1 in the series

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    Reuven -12 years ago

    thank you!
    awesome Rabbi, B"H for your shiurim- I've been learning shabbos in 770 and w/o shiurim it lacks a vital elelment, Thank you!

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    Yaakov -12 years ago

    Missing the class
    Why no new class this Sunday evening? A big pitty. I was so looking fwd!

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    Levy -12 years ago

    Wineberg
    Yossie sh"y,

    So good to "redn in lernen" again after the long hiatus.

    About the interpretation of Tehillim 136, it's one of those things which liggen in kop.

    But if I did see it - in Chassdus it would be by the Rebbe the Tz.Tz.. Otherwise I think it's quoted in the intro to one of the early "Otzar Meforshei HaTalmud".

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    Yossie Nemes -12 years ago

    Question
    Just listened to first Shiur and Yasher Koach to Rabi V'mori Harav Wienberg. Excellent Shiur as expected. I was wondering if Rabbi Weinberg can give us the source for the vort of Hashem creating and then organizing (from Tehilim 136, L'oseh Oros, etc.) creation. This was borught as the possible source of how Borer is productive melacha, because step two of productivity, after creating, is organizing or placing item in the right place.

    Of course if it’s the RLW's own idea 'Iz Mir Oich Gut', just wondering because it's an excellent vort.

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      Anonymous -12 years ago

      Re: Question
      Yossie sh"y,

      So good to "redn in lernen" again after the long hiatus.

      About the interpretation of Tehillim 136, it's one of those things which liggen in kop.

      But if I did see it - in Chassdus it would be by the Rebbe the Tz.Tz.. Otherwise I think it's quoted in the intro to one of the early "Otzar Meforshei HaTalmud"

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    The critic -13 years ago

    Pretoria
    Another first year Pertorian here. Boy I didn’t realize until now how much I miss these shurim, can we go back?

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    Anonymous -13 years ago

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    The teachers need to hear it!

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    Sicavin -13 years ago

    My Rabbi
    Was in his Pilot Smicha Program. Rabbi Wienberg is very special he has a very vast knowledge in Torah, as well as secular studies. he also has a very warm heart.

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    Rachel -13 years ago

    class on Borer
    So clear, so informative, so deep---I love how Rabbi Wineberg integrates Chassidus with the practical....I agree---A BIG WOW!!

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    Shmuel -13 years ago

    Excellent
    Excellent! Brilliant!

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    Rochelle Kaplan -13 years ago

    Perfect delivery
    Enjoyed the class. Together with its complexity, it kept my interest to hear it to its conclusion. It was perfect!

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    yosef -13 years ago

    re: re: wow
    I find Rabbi Winebergs holistic approach to Torah study fascinating



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    yosef -13 years ago

    wow
    this rabbi is a star

    the class is delivered with such clarity and depth

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      Anonymous -13 years ago

      Re: wow
      On behalf of all of our Staff, thank you for your feedback! If you enjoyed a class, continue to tell us about it!



      What did you think about how Rabbi Wineberg masters and connects so many aspects of the same subject?

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        Anonymous -10 years ago

        Re: wow
        What I loved the most about the class was how it wasn't just that he shared all the views and sources and aspects but that Rabbi Wineberg teaches us how to learn the subject & how to connect the pieces.  (I'm still going "Wow" and shaking my head in amazement throughout the day at the chassidus from the Borer #2 shiur.) 

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    יעקב -13 years ago

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    ישר כוח גדול על השיעור הבהיר

    אם אפשר להוסיף בבקשה את המקום שבהם אפשר לעיין במראי מקום אם רוצים לעיין בבעל המאור או איפה הירושלמי מופיע וכן הרמב"ן

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      Anonymous -13 years ago

      Re: Sources
      Baal Hamaor is in the beginning of Perek Haoreg.

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    RER -13 years ago

    Class
    Thank you, Rabbi Weinberg. GREAT class....PLEASE keep them coming.

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      david -13 years ago

      Re: Class
      really really enjoyed. thank you rabbi weinberg! Im looking forward to the next one. florida

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