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Women's Class - Parshas Va'era

Tuesday, 9:40am, 20 Forshay Road, Monsey

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Class Summary:

This women's class was presented on Tuesday Parshas Va'era, 24 Teves, 5779, January 1, 2019, at the Ohr Chaim Shul, Monsey, NY

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  • Anonymous -5 years ago

    Redefining sin

    Beautiful as always. One question, how can a sin Bein Odom LaChaveiro be redefined? The other person was still hurt.

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    Yerachmiel -5 years ago

    So grateful.
    The neshamas in shamayim before birth lose their identity in H'. But they each have specific personalities/natures, as evidenced by the variety in mankind. Are they each an aspect of H/? How can I learn more about that?
    Thank you.

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    Michael -5 years ago

    I listened to your lecture where you brought the vort of the Chidushei Harim about "Sivlos Mitzraim". In last weeks Parsha we read about the King of Egypt who died and the jews cried out to G-OD. G-OD listened and the next thing we read is about G-OD talking to Moses, basically the beginning of the redemption.

    The commentaries explain that the Jews cried out when Pharao died, because they were worried that a new King would bring even greater suffering. With this King they knew where they were standing and what kind of slavery to expect. 

    According to the vort of the Chidushei Harim, why then at this junction of old king/new king should they have the merit to be redeemed. If anything this worry of things getting worse should work against them. If they would hope for better because they can't tolerate the affliction then ok. But if they are accepting their misery and are only worried for worse to come, why just then should G-OD start with their redemption?

    Thanks for your great lectures.

    P.S. I understand the idea of free choice and Hashems knowledge about things in the following ways:

    1.Imagine you watch a movie for the second time. Just because you know what is going to happen doesn't change the free will of the people acting in the movie.

    2.Let's say you drive the car and take a left at the next traffic light. Hashem knew that. However you could have taken a right turn at the light. Hashem would have known that too. Whatever your decision is, Hashem knows it. He doesn't interfere with your free choice. He just knows what you will decide to do.

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Women's Class

Rabbi YY Jacobson

  • January 1, 2019
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  • 24 Tevet 5779
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