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Finding the Leader within Yourself

The Invention of the Divine Ambassador

1 hr 13 min

Class Summary:

This women's class was presented by Rabbi YY Jacobson on Tuesday Parshas Bo, 4 Shevat 5777, January 31, 2017, at Ohr Chaim Shul, Monsey, NY

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    Jay -6 years ago

    your ending re Rebbe Posner, Zalman, thank you! he is my mentor, he set me on this path. i miss him immensely. 
    thank you.

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    Leah -6 years ago

    Wow.

    Thank you.

    Ego is Easing G-d Out. Will share that iy"H.

    Shlucho shell Adam kmoso, I wish it were translated I did not quite grasp translation of that verse but I understood I think main idea.

    As well as I think the term used was zeitgeist?

    I will iy"H really try to remember I am an emissary sent by Hashem.

    Thank you so much.

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    Chana Stern -6 years ago

    Leadership

    I agree,I also follow my inner core /intuition. I always had a very good experience.

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    Terry -6 years ago

    Finding the leader within

    It is so empowering to reframe one's situation from that of being a victim to that of being an Ambassador of the Most High...thank you for this gift of a life enhancing perspective.

    I also deeply believe that one needs to listen to one's own heart or intuition as I think of it. I don't know if intuition is a part of Chochma, Bina or Da'at but I do know that when I listen to my intuition I never regret it.

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    tauba -7 years ago

    I've thanked you before but I'll say it again as if I've never thanked before, because each shiur is a new creation. It's the focus of my week. My "core" gets recalibrated.

    I will takkeh go home & have some conversations with myself as you have empowered us to. I do know myself best, & yes I am my own best friend.

    I'll refresh & iron the "flag" & to proclaim proudly & bkovodik whom i represent & invigorate my mission as an embassador'shka...

    May Hashem continuously up the ante and provide you with an ever increasing supply of
    כח, & מח
    To improve us women, as we live & spread your messages within our homes & unto our families.

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    Lis -7 years ago

    I have recently been educated by my adult children that there is a (a few years already) new word that describes the false humility that you were discussing in the shiur on Tuesday. ("Why are they asking me to speak?") see below for the word and definition. Thank you again for a wonderful shiur.

    hum·ble·brag
    ˈhəmbəlbraɡ/
    noun
    1.
    an ostensibly modest or self-deprecating statement whose actual purpose is to draw attention to something of which one is proud.
    "social media status updates are basically selfies, humblebrags, and rants"
    verb
    1.
    make an ostensibly modest or self-deprecating statement with the actual intention of drawing attention to something of which one is proud.
    "she humblebragged about how “awful” she looks without any makeup"

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