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The King In the Field -- The Essence of Elul

Likkutei Torah Reah Maamar Ani Ledodi #1. Part One

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Likkutei Torah Reah Maamar Ani Ledodi #1. Part One

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  • Anonymous -6 years ago

    FYI

    small side point FYI, it's macrobiotics, not microbiotics (very different)

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    Tzemach -8 years ago

    you say in the class that when the king is in the field he is not dresed like a king but like a farmer, is that your feelings or is this somthing that is writen chassidus?

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    Kayo, Tokyo -12 years ago

    10 days
    What do you call the High Holidays? I could not catch up with you. I also did not understand what you told us about how Rebee Maharash explained about the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

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      Anonymous -12 years ago

      Re: 10 days
      I’m enclosing your questions, so the answers will be more easily understood.

      a. What do you call the High Holidays? I could not catch up with you.

      b. I also did not understand what you told us about how Rebee Maharash explained about the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

      Answer:

      a. Yamim Noraim, which means days of awe.

      b. I’m not sure what you are referring to but perhaps to the expression “Kiruv HaMaor El HaNitzutz” which means: a time when the Source is close to the Spark. I think this is quite self explanatory

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    Michale -12 years ago

    Letter Yud
    Rabbi, sorry if my understanding is not correct. If the letter yud "י" in the beginning of name means "doing something constantly" then what means name Yehuda יהודה?

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      Anonymous -12 years ago

      Re: Letter Yud
      Answer: Exactly the same thing it means in Hashem’s name from the person’s point of view. To be in a constant state of Hoda’a (Bittul) to Him.

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    Anonymous -12 years ago

    Re: About the links
    Answer: My webmaster sent you (or someone else) a link to where in my sight it is. Its simple navigation: The 13 attributes are in Parshas Ki Tisa. So, click spring, then find Parshas KiTisa and click that, then open the folder of Parsha Classes. The three lessons are there one right after the other.

    Sorry about the confusion.

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      Michale -12 years ago

      Re: About the links
      Some simple, beginner level knowledge can be found in WikiPediA web site "Thirteen Attributes of Mercy" http://en.wikipedia.org/wik... Question: is it OK to use it?

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    Michale -12 years ago

    Re: About the links
    Here is the link to "Thirteen Attributes of Mercy" (three parts, follow next/prev link) http://www.insidechassidus....

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    ari -12 years ago

    kol hakavod
    thank you so much for such an amazing shiur!!it is so helpfull for the coming month

    !

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