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Don't Be Afraid of Success

A Different Reading on the Story of the Spies

1 hr 17 min

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This women's class was presented on Tuesday Parshas Shlach, 22 Sivan, 5779, June 25, 2019 at the Ohr Chaim Shul, Monsey, NY

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    Why is that called being scared of success. They were scared of failure as result of their new style lifestyle 

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    Kalman -4 years ago

    Another vision

    I do not understand why all commentators explain the behavior of meraglim in a negative way? After all, in reality they were The Heads of the children of Israel are authoritative people. They sacrificed themselves for Moshe Rabbeinu, they lengthened his life by another 39 years. According to the prophecies of Eldad and Meidad, which we taught in the last chapter, Moshe had to die on entering Israel. If it were not for the story of meraglim, the next step would be the entrance to Israel, as Moshe said to Itro: In three days Hashem will lead us to the place that he promised. It turns out - Moshe had to die in three days, and with his act meraglim extended his life by another 39 years. Maybe their mistake was in the wording of the refusal. They were to demand entry into Israel, but only with Moshe. Although, I think, in any case, the result would be the same.

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    moshe -4 years ago

    I Can!

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    רפאל -4 years ago

    amazing

    ע״פ דברי אדמו״ר הזקן ורבינו ביאור בחטא המרגלים מובן רש״י פרשת במדבר אך את מטה לוי לא תפקוד עי׳ שפתי חכמים ומבואר שם שחטא העגל נכלל בעונש המרגלים ולפי דבריו הקדושים מובן שכל סיבת הטעות הוא ע״י חטא העגל שע״י זה נתעלם עולם הגשמי ביותר כמבואר בהרבה מקומות.

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Women's Shlach Class

Rabbi YY Jacobson

  • June 25, 2019
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  • 22 Sivan 5779
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Dedicated by Sharie Sofair in memory of her esteemed parents, Reb Tzvi Hirsh ben Yechezkal, and Fradel Rachel bas Mordechai Yosef. And in memory of Reb Shlomo ben Reb Naftali. 

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