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Rabbi YY With Teenagers: Ask Tough Questions; Get Real Answers

Teenagers Ask All Your Questions: Send Text To - (845) 777-4747

1 hr 37 min

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Rabbi YY Jacobson live with teenagers, Thursday, 6 Iyar, 5780, April 30, 2020, 9:30 PM EST

Text your questions before or during the program to: (845) 777-4747

To ask your question LIVE on video, email: https://[email protected]

To listen live via the phone, please call: (845) 201-1933 - Extension 0

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    sam -3 years ago

    some tough questions, no real answers.

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      #CluelessGirl -3 years ago

      you're only 15? you sound very intelligent, all the answers u gave on this page are brilliant. 

      you are gay, u think males are superior which maybe they are according to the Torah, you think Mashiach isn't coming, chas veshalom, but you seem to know Torah so well. hmmm

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        Sam P -2 years ago

        I don't think males are superior, because they are not.

        It's because I know the Torah well that I know that there is no hero riding up in the sunset coming to save us, or any other claims in the torah. The contradictions, hate and repressivness in the torah, and many other seforim, should be enough to turn anyone who reads it properly into an athiest. 

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          duvid -2 months ago

          i dont know y you are so stupid thinking. yes! there is contradictions. but there is also so many proof that the toreh is devine like the skiping letters etc. and if judasium is just another religioun is athieism twice!

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    Chana -3 years ago

    Adam and eve

    Why do we have to suffer because of Adam and Eva's sin? After all I personally didn't eat from the eitz hadas?

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    Pain

    Due to medical conditions past and present I have a lot of physical pain from medical treatment and physical pain in the body and I have a very hard time dealing with it, can you advise me how to deal with this? And am I allowed to complain and express frustration?

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    Yossi -3 years ago

    1. I waned to express my gratitude to you, for providing a platform for "all topics Yiddishkait" to listen to when i'm washing the dishes, folding laundry or just driving to work. Your Shiurim are always captivating, and entertaining and i usually end up concluding that this that i need to learn more and open up Seforim like my days in Yeshiva.

    2. Thank you for bringing the Rebbes Sichos to places that would not allow it 20 years ago. I love listening to your shiurim that are major Pilpul with sources from all over and then discover the Rebbe brings it all together. (the sub- terrain Beis Hamikdash shiur. i remember being so excited about it, that several weeks later i was in SA and my host had recently listened to it as well, super excited we sat Friday night discussing it till 2 AM).

    3. Thank you for making the Satmar to the not yet Religious Jew feel at home with Torah, i envy it and would love to learn those skills as well.

    4. The main reason i wanted to email. Your answer about Yom Hatzmaot, was powerful and meaningful and best of all applicable. The fact that its the Rebbes own answer gives it more relevance and weight in light of all the "interpretations" and commentary going around on social media now. From what i have gathered, that 95% of Chabad people dont even know this answer from the Rebbe and many writing bc we see the Rebbe was so loving and pro Israel he must have agreed to celebrating Hey Iyar. My request to you, is that you cut that clip with your explanation and post it separately and maybe even distribute it on Chabad sites and wahtsapp. It would be beneficial and helpful to Chabad and non Chabad all over.

    One thing i wanted to add, i recall a "my encounter with the Rebbe" with R. Leible Posner about a conversation his father had with the Rebbe before Yud Shvat in 1948-9, where R Shalom asked the Rebbe for the correct approach to the State etc (Pittsburgh at the time had a very strong Zionist community) and the Rebbe responded the Halacha is clear "shlosha Shavuos etc" however now after the fact its a matter of Pikuach nefesh and saving lives etc. Therefore he finishes that we see the Rebbes approach to the wars, settlements, peace negotiations etc was always that its a matter of Pikuach Nefesh etc.

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      Sam -3 years ago

      This isnt his email - this is a comment. The diffarence is that here everyone can see, but R YY proberly wont. An email he will see, and might even reply

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        Admin -3 years ago

        Rabbi YY sees all comments that are submitted, including replies to specific comments.

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    rivka london -3 years ago

    Thanks for the amazing inspirational shiurim one by one!
     
    You manage to inspire and uplift so many people including me, your words definitely have a bigger impact than the big bens' chime!
     
    As a British citizen i found it interesting that the last few shiurim you started with a story from our country/monarch, i wonder where the vast knowledge in british history comes from? Is there any specific interest you have in british history?
     
    Maybe i as a native should study more about it?

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    Chaya -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    When Moshiach comes will we stay in our present Gilgul or go back to a previous one?

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      #CluelessGirl -3 years ago

      i am not answering your question because i am not sure how accurate my answer is, my teacher was'nt sure when she said this, but i think we will be in neshama form in mashiach's times not in gashmiyos'dig bodies

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        Sam -2 years ago

        So, in other words, we won't come back?

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          tzvi -1 year ago

          no we are going to come back in bodies and the i heard that the lubavitcher rebbe explanes that we are going to come back each guf with the part of the neshama that they elavated but it would be like a full soul - so yes evrybody is coming back .

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    Avi -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Is it ok to read Harry potter

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    Ham -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    I would like to appear live at this event
    Hi

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    Yaakov -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Why wrap tefilin the Safardic way?

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    מרדכי -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    הייתי רוצה לישאר אנימי אבל יש לי שאלה אני אברך כולל בן 45 ומנסה לא לבטל זמן וב"ה יש לי חשק בלימוד אבל כאשר אני מסתכל על שלשה בנים שלי שהם עסוקים בפלפונים שלהם והראש שלהם בשטויות אני לא מבין את זה

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    leah -3 years ago

    Dear rabbi yy you said that evrey jew is a cheilek elokei mimaal and we shouldnt hate secular jews and i really look up to your ahavas yisrael but i'm wondering thinking back to the halacaust many rabbi's said that the halacaust came because jews assimelated with goyim proof to it that the hate started in germany so at a certain aspect they do cause trouble. thank you and waiting on cherishing your answer.

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      ben -3 years ago

      here are 2 responses by Rav YY.

      hope it helps

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/243

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/6055

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    avi -3 years ago

    thank you rabbi yy all your guidance and for inspiring and empowring so many

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    Anonymous -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    B"H Hi, I think that I missed the chance to submit this live but I have a question. I really have a few questions but I won't ask all of them.. How do I know the know the power of one Mitzvah?I am still doing some things, but I feel no connection. I learned all the thigns about it, Tanya, Maamarim, everything. But nothing has satisfied me. Sometimes I feel that I just do not have my basic foundations of Yiddishkeit set straight. Do you have any ideas about this? My first question and my last point? Thank you . This email is my fake email, I do not want to say my name.

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      ben -3 years ago

      check out Rav YY's brilliant  "Basics of Emunah" series

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/search//733/

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    Mushka -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    If the soul could be in two bodies at once than how come we can't all have new neshamos?

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    Sara -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Rabbi Jackobsan, Is everything hashem does good? I dont feel so and so im having trouble davening1 thank you!

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      ben -3 years ago

      see Rav YY's talk "I Hate Duvening"

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/5475

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    yaakov b -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    after tchias hameisim in what body (gilgul) will i rise in?

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      Sam -3 years ago

      Worry about it when (read:if) it happns...

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        tzvi -1 year ago

        in bodies all jews see above

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          Sam -1 year ago

          what does that even mean

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            Not Sam -1 year ago

            Hi Sam P

            y u always on this page?

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      #CluelessGirl -3 years ago

      i am not answering your question because i am not sure how accurate my answer is, my teacher was'nt sure when she said this, but i think we will be in neshama form in mashiach's times not in gashmiyos'dig bodies

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    justin -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    I would like to appear live at this event
    i want to buy a range rover but my father doesnt let whats wrong btw money is not the isue

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    Gelly Weinberger -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    I would like to appear live at this event
    Are we able to go to the moon? or is it picoach Nefesh?

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    Estyp -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    If angles do only the will of God and are perfect. How did angles such as azazak and uziel come to sin

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    Berl -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Im amused at the fact that todays program is dedicated for satmer! im a satmer bocher who knows that if i live the life best for me i will be thrown out of yeshiva and my community. what to do ?

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      Sam -3 years ago

      https://youtu.be/-5Tz6pLH7ig

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    B.Kraus -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Are teenage girls mechuyav to daven? I hear conflicting opinions..

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    sm -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    what about a relationship (even if not a marriage) between two women?

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      Sam -3 years ago

      I am a gay boy and i asked the same question via email. He replied with a long email (which i think is the one he mentiond), which basicly said that you can change (which u proberly know u cant). I had some questions on his proofs, so i replied. He has not responded, and its been over a week.
      If you want i can forward you the entire conversation.

      btw, this is an artical i found on torah web about homosexuality: https://www.torahweb.org/torah/special/2010/homosexuality.html#_edn6

      and Rabbi YY speaking on the radio about it:
      http://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/2336

      A major question if u belive in god is: it says that a for gay peson it is yiched to be alone etc. with the same gender. Thus, a bisexuel person or a gay boy (as the torah says men cant be with girls, period) cant be alone with anyone? 

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      • Anonymous -3 years ago

        good good question

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          sam -3 years ago

          thasts why i asked it

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    Raphael -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    As young people do we have to "move mountains" and change the world or do we have to focus on small things that can have an impact (not necessarily a big one) ?

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    pg -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    I would like to appear live at this event
    may a girl watch netflix in qtn.?

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      Sam -3 years ago

      Why specifically a girl?

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        #CluelessGirl -3 years ago

        cuz she's probably a girl and is asking for herself

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          Sam -3 years ago

          Why should it make a diffarence what gender, surely a religioun as high and saintly as judasium doesnt discriminate based on what chromosme you where born with. Oh, wait. 

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          Sam -3 years ago

          Why should it make a diffarence what gender, surely a religioun as high and saintly as judasium doesnt discriminate based on what chromosme you where born with. Oh, wait. 

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            #CluelessGirl -3 years ago

            e sheiner- 11 months ago Question for Rabbi YY I would like to appear live at this event can a bachur watch movies during his time?

            every1 asks for themselves

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    Please don't say my name -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    What should I do if I'm kind of davening for Corona to continue? I mean of course I don't want people to get sick but I'm kind of enjoying being "stuck" in quarantine. I don't need to talk to anyone, class is in the privacy and comfort of my home, and I really am not looking forward to the day that I will be allowed to be near me other people.

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      #CluelessGirl -3 years ago

      continue davening but dont ask for corona to continue, rather daven that whatever you enjoy about corona should continue

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        sam -3 years ago

        You dont seem so to think youre so #cluless

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          #CluessGirl -3 years ago

          @Sam you sound very confused abt life and Judaism but if you're on this website I guess you're on the right track..? and your helpful-not-so-helpful comments are hurtful 

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            Sam -2 years ago

            The truth hurts :)

            On a more sombere note, I'm sorry if I my comments are hurtfull. 

            I am on this wensite beacuse I had a filter on the computer I was using and its hard to get past it, so I was bored and stumbled across it. (BTW, I figured out how to get passed many filters. Some filters rebooting in safe mode with networking on Windows stops it from starting up. Adtionaly, booting off an external drive will defiantly get passed any local program. If anyone reading this wants help with that email [email protected] )

            I am not confused about either life or Judasium. Judasium is just another religioun, and life is just that: Life. 

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    Moshe Stein -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Should a person fee bad if they don’t have a love for learning, should they push themselves? Should we treat torah and Mitzvot like a business I have a certain amount of hours and I have to make it take with me as much as I can or should we take a relaxed approach and learn what and when we are capable/in the mood of doing.

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    Sara -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Hi! My neighbor is in high school and likes biking, but since she is a girl and is embarresed she doent let anyone friends know and only bikes at night. how can i lower this peer presure?

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    e sheiner -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    I would like to appear live at this event
    can a bachur watch movies during thi time?

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    Anonymous -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    My friends mother is sick, she is acting strange and we’re not having any “normal” flowing conversations. I know I have to be there for her Ect..., but how can I help her if #1 I can barely talk to her, #2 I am the only friend that knows, it’s a top secret

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    Chanie -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Regarding animals not having choice (and non Jews do have choice), don't we say about the frogs in mitzrayim are praised for going into the hot ovens, etc?

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      Sam -2 years ago

      They were Jewish frogs.

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    Gitty Friedman -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    How do you tap into your inner self, inner eye? Thank you!

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    Yitchak stone -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    I would like to appear live at this event
    Can you pray to be cured from a disease that has no cure?

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    Typical teen -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Is there something wrong with listening to a sibling complain to u about something a parent did especially if you have the same complaint?does that warrant punishment?

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    Leah Lowinger -3 years ago

    dear rabbi yy  israel is not alowed to exist see masechtes yevumes and sefer divrei yoel of satmer hashem prohibits jews to own the land of israel before mashiach comes. yonah

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    Anonymous -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    There's so much I don't know and so much to learn. I know that there are basics I have to know that I just never get around to learning. If I do everything I have interest in knowing, I'll cover very little. How is it possible to properly prioritize and know what to spend my extra time learning? Thanks!

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    shayna -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    are we in this world because god loves us unconditionally and if so whats it to us to serve him or are we in the world because god needs us and in that case we didn't put ourselves in the world he did for his own reasons not for us so why should we

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    There's so much I don't know and so much to learn. I know that there are basics I have to know that I just never get around to learning. If I do everything I have interest in knowing, I'll cover very little. How is it possible to properly prioritizeand know what to spend my extra time learning? Thanks!

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    Mendel -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Hi rabbi jacobson i have an older sister with a lot of emotions and i fight a lot with with her how do i deal with her nicelly

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    HELP!!! -3 years ago

    IMPORTANT

    thank you for everything!

    how should we control out tavios to look up bad stuff on the internet, and if we have already gotten into it, how should we get out.

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    NF -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    If every religion states that their religion is the only true religion, how can I know that Yiddishkeit is really the truest religion and not just saying the same thing as all other religions? Can it be the other way around?

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      ben -3 years ago

      Rav YY discusses this important question here

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/2673

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    annonymous -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    i always wondered about Moshiach. what happens next? is there a new world? we always learnt in school, that once someone dies, they stay in olam haba forever. what is forever?thank you.

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    baruch ber libowitz -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    i am strugling in this quirentein in my learning do u have any tips for me? thank u in advance

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    Gelly Weinberger -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Is it bad that I look up to the non-Jewish rode model?

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    Anonymous -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Dear Rabbi Jacobson, I have been through such rough times in my life I have come to wonder If G-d really loves me or if I just exist as a puppet for His entertainment?

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      ben -3 years ago

      see Rav YY's talk "does G-d Really Love Me"

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/5489

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    • Anonymous -3 years ago

      for your answer you should lissen to rabbi zecharia wallersteins speech from april 29 2020 its exactlty answering your questoin it pays to lissen to me im exeprince in these things

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    Eli -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Shalom Aleichem Rabbi Jacobson. I enjoy your classes and find them informative and inspiring. My question is why were many mitzvos enforced in the times of the Sanhedrin with physical violence (Malkos for example)? Wouldn't it be better to have people do mitzvos out of joy and and not intimidation?

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      ben -3 years ago

      Rav YY discusses this topic here

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/5494

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    Anonymous -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Dear Rabbi Jacobson, I have been listening to your shiurim from London and enjoying them a lot - thank you! I have a question and would really appreciate it if you could answer me. This is my first year of high school. I started 2 months later than all the girls my age because none of the schools I applied to wanted to accept me. Thankfully I'm in a school I now love, although not necessarily my first choice due to different hashkafos from my home, but, like you have said previously said if Judaism is about loving everyone and treating others like you yourself want to be treated, then why is it that some Jews intentionally cause pain and suffering and reject other Jews because of some perceived differences, as happened to me and many others in my situation. During Covid 19 I have been thinking if it could be midah k'neged midah that now, all the children aren't allowed into school as a lesson because some Jews only think about others once it affects them personally and did not think twice about how others felt before. Is it wrong to think like this?

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    shifra -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    why does the rambam say that the sun and all the planets go around the world and science says that it goes around the sun

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    Dovi -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    I would like to appear live at this event
    Is moshiach actually coming

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      Sam -3 years ago

      no

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      • Anonymous -3 years ago

        Of course he is coming! I feel for your pain Sam which i probably couldnt comprehend even if i knew your story,  and it seems from your comments that its a pretty rough one. Know at least that you will pass this stage BeH one day. You will be happy and soar to great heights. There is a plan to this. Dont give up just before the end! Be patient and hang in there.... 

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      • Anonymous -3 years ago

        why no are you moshaich can you tell me who told you moshaich is not coming

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          sam -3 years ago

          So belive in your knight in shining armour coming to save the world from life saving things like technolagy and will revert back to the good old days... which in this case will be 2000 years ago, the first time this gods son (oh, sorry, not that) failed to arrive, a trend, unfortuantley for rabbies who have been saying that he will arrvie in our time for a long time, seemimngly continuing.

          On what basis do you think that this event has any chance of happning? An inconsitent book written ages ago? Or rabbis trying to hide profits earned from dispiceles donating to tzedokho? or publications by old schitzophriniac men? Choose your pick, they mean the same to me.

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    chaya -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    can we please do this in merit of sholom dov ber ben yosef a teenage boy who passed away today

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    Gitty Friedman -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    How can i improve my relationship with Hashem and how to improve my davening? Thank you so much!

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      ben -3 years ago

      Rav YY 2 talks on duvening

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/5478

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/5475

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    Gelly Weinberger -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    I would like to appear live at this event
    What is the thing about the rainbow? I think they are pretty. I find it hard not to look at it?

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      Sam -3 years ago

      it is the lgbtq+ sign, so it is bad to look at - you might turn gay and go through a lot of pain

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    yitzchak elchanan yakubov -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    hashem is infinite so why does he need our prayer

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    Motti -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    We know that everything Hashem does is for the good...but how are we supposed to feel that way when not everything is always like that,it’s not revealed good

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    Gitty Friedman -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    Tonight is my bas mitzva. Can you please explain the meaning of being bas motzva to me? I really enjoy your classes. Thank you very much!

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      sam -3 years ago

      bat mitzvah: /bɑːt ˈmɪtsvə/ noun:

      An outdated practise whece a girl turns 12 and could be married of with a good conscience (as opposed to without, as often happened, for underage girls, who where broughet of thier fatheres as wives, but somtimes had the choice to divorce at age 12, even if they had childeren). 

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    a boy

    hi i apprecate all the the work you do i get lotof chizzuck from you.is it ok to watch movies during this time?

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    CK -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    how can I stay motivated in my Judaism?

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    CK -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    how can I stay motivated in my Judaism?

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    marmulszteyn -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    breaking a habit: how do you break free from a bad habit, no matter how much i try it sticks with me is there a proven method that works? thank you so much

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    Baruch Yitzchak -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    In the Baal HaTanya's Shaar Hayichud Vha'emunah we learn that everything is in essence Godliness. What is different about a Nefesh Elokis that makes it a chalek Elokah Me'maal? What is our consciousness? Is it the animal soul? What is it that chooses which soul/inclination to follow? What do we keep of our identities when we are nullified and absorbed in G-d, returning the soul to its source? Does the multiplicity of our distinct personalities actually exist, or are we all really the same being in the simple Unity of G-d? I am aware that this is a lengthy topic with 12 chapters and many series of sefarim written on this topic. But If a form of answer could be given in the time available I would appreciate it. These questions burn in my mind.

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      Shulim -3 years ago

      It’s true that these are complex questions. Much has been written on these topics, but it would be hard to find satisfying answers unless you address the underlying issue.

      For me personally, it’s difficult to feel real trust in others, including G-d, which leads to a need to figure everything out. The more I resolve my trust issue, the more patience I have to learn and to find things out slowly. I don’t stop being intellectually inquisitive – what changes is the reason why I seek knowledge. Is it to control others (including G-d) because I don’t trust them to care about me, or is it to be able to feel greater satisfaction in my own life?

      Trust is not something you can just decide in a moment to do, so don't be hard on yourself about this. The more you appreciate your efforts and your limitations, the more your trust feels safe to grow. Plants grow in a warm and sunny environment, not when you yell at them to grow. Also, plants that grew up being yelled at the grow tend to have a harder time trusting, if you know what I mean.

      This is very subtle and I won’t claim I expressed it well, but I hope it helps.

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    A young teenager

    Dear Rabbi Jacobson, 

    I have been through such rough times in my life I have come to wonder If G-d really loves me or if I just exist as a puppet for His entertainment?

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      ben -3 years ago

      Rav YY discusses this here

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/5489

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    Aidel -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    I came across a Midrash that really bothered me, and rubbed me the wrong way. Hoping you might have an answer. Yerushalmi Sotah, 3:4 [R' Eliezer says:] Let the words of the Torah be burnt, rather than be handed over to women. I have been disturbed with all of the women/men, whos better... questions for a long time. this one really made me overly uncomfortable though. looking forward to hearing from you! Thank you

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      Sam -3 years ago

      You should read the rest:

      • [R' Eliezer says:] Let the words of the Torah be burnt, rather than be handed over to women
      • Rabbi Abbahu says: What is the reason for Rabbi Eliezer’s [statement? It is] as it is written: “I, wisdom, dwell with cunning” (Proverbs 8:12), [which indicates that] once wisdom enters into a person, cunning enters with it. [Rabbi Eliezer fears that the woman will use the cunning she achieves by learning the wisdom of the Torah to engage in promiscuous behavior.
      • Because from it [Torah study] she will gain cunning, and pursue [immoral] matters covertly
      • the sages commanded that a man shall not instruct his daughter in the Torah, because most women have no set mind to be instructed therein, but, on the contrary, are apt to divert matters of the Torah to nonsensical matters, of course, in proportion to the inferiority of their mind. The sages said: "Whosoever instructs his daughter in Torah, it is as if he instructed her in matters of profanity.

      So, to recap, in the words of the tulmed, a guidbook for morel life: A wommen, if taught torah, will use it, as they have infirior minds, to do what they pine after every day, 'promiscuous behavior', and this is dangarous as they will seek to get into more marriages, which is only allowed to men. They know this, and will do it covertly. They must be protected from such behaviour (as they cant control it, being wommen), and thus cant study torah.

      Dont even dare think goysh ideas that prehaps wommen are somewhat equel to men.

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        Sam -3 years ago

        Forgot to put sources: https://www.sefaria.org/sheets/103477

        And if im anyway at it, addressing the Torah obligation of teaching
        torah to one’s children, the Sifri states: “And you shall teach
        your sons—and not your daughters.(Sifri Devarim 46)

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    chana perel engel -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    what difference do I make to g-d?how can a person make a difference to infinity?

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    • Anonymous -3 years ago

      again like i said before about this exact topic lissen to rabbi zecharia wallerstein speech on torah anytime april 29 2020 you will be inspired and never think like that again 

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    effy marg -3 years ago

    curious george

    after techias hameisim what body do you come back in

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      #CluelessGirl -3 years ago

      i am not answering your question because i am not sure how accurate my answer is, my teacher was'nt sure when she said this, but i think we will be in neshama form in mashiach's times not in gashmiyos'dig bodies

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    Aaron -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    We hear from so many teenagers that they don't feel any connection to Yiddishkeit even though they may be going through the motions. What are the Yeshivas not addressing that is causing so many teens to be in this predicament?

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    Aaron -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    We hear from so many teenagers that they don't feel any connection to Yiddishkeit even though they may be going through the motions. What are the Yeshivas not addressing that is causing so many teens to be in this predicament?

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      Sam -3 years ago

      There is someone in my school/ yeshiva (im 14, so...) who dos this job and that just pushed me further. i had a debate with him, and he had no answers to my questons (the fact that he didnt have answers also pushed other classmates away, though didnt make them OTD as i asked it in the middle of shuir).

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    Rabbi Jacobson

    Dear Rabbi Jacobson,
     
    I have been listening to your shiurim from London and enjoying them a lot - thank you!
    I have a question and would really appreciate it if you could answer me.
     
    This is my first year of high school. I started 2 months later than all the girls my age because none of the schools I applied to wanted to accept me. Thankfully I'm in a school I now love, although not necessarily my first choice due to different hashkafos from my home, but, like you have said previously said if Judaism is about loving everyone  and treating others like you yourself want to be treated, then why is it that some Jews intentionally cause pain and suffering and reject other Jews because of some perceived differences, as happened to me and many others in my situation. During Covid 19 I have been thinking if it could be midah k'neged midah that now, all the children aren't allowed into school as a lesson because some Jews only think about others once it affects them personally and did not think twice about how others felt before. Is it wrong to think like this?

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    • Anonymous -3 years ago

      i really really agree with you you know that in lakewood there were a couple of girls that were not accecpted and the rabbinem didnt let open the schools untill every child has a school i think thats the way to do it no?

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    Eli kadeh -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    How long is sefrat haemor

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      #CluelessGirl -3 years ago

      49 days

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    what are the halachos on shaving facial hair

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    a girl -3 years ago

    IMPORTANT

    My Neighbor and bffs cousin is in 12th grade and ;ikes biking, yet she only does it at night so her friendsdont see! Is there a way to bring down peer pressure?

    Pls dont email me back.

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    if it would have been better to not be born, then why did G-d put us in this world? 

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      ben -3 years ago

      Rav YY talks about that here

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/jewish/4245

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    Leah Lowinger -3 years ago

    rabbi yy=spiritual george washington

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      Sam -3 years ago

      George washington had a young black girl as a slave in his house, who he reportedly raped multiple times. Whatever your veiws on YY jacobson, thats a hell of an insult.

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    Leah Lowinger -3 years ago

    dear rabbi yosef yitzchok jacobson i really admire you for evreything you do for me my friends and for all of klal yisrael q: why in ascociety things are so false question 2 wht's the key to self confidence and why do certain people struggle with making friends and how do we make friends and 3 is pain a punishment from hashem and 4 at dating how do i know if the girl is suited for me should i trust my parents in the design or myself and 5 why do jews deny themselves christans and muslims dont hide thier faith but jews do thank you very much for your asisstance 

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      ben -3 years ago

      Rav YY answers many of these Qs here

      https://www.theyeshiva.net/search//733/

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    Happiness

    Hi Rabbi Jacobson, 

    Thank you for being an inspiration to all of us. 

    I've been struggling with lack of self confidence and caring about what people think of me. How do I get out of that mindset and just enjoy life?

    How do I know that I'm doing my best in Yiddishkeit? On the one hand, when I do more I feel more connected to Hashem but it's hard to be consistent. Sometimes I'm not motivated at all. How do I push myself even when I don't feel like it? 

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    what time does the program start?

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    • Anonymous -3 years ago

      Thursday, 6 Iyar, 5780, April 30, 2020, 9:30 PM EST

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    Rabbi Jacobson

    is this the right place to post a question for tonights teen program?

    many thank

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      Admin -3 years ago

      You can ask your question on this page or text during the program at 845.777.4747

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    Yehuda -3 years ago

    Hi Rabbi, I had 2 questions they dont need to be discussed on the show unless you hold it will benefit others. NUMBER ONE HOW DO we control our taivos especially now when we are stuck at home and theres nothing to do but the internet (and of course watch your q and a's!).

    also how should a "struggling" teen keep himself from getting depressed, I know you spoke about it on the last qand a with teens but i need more support.

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    Eliana -3 years ago

    I have a problem.
    My brother is watching things that i would never watch and then he tells me all about it.
    I talk to him a lot because A)my mother is not alive and i am the closest to him. He only confides in me. B) Usually we talk about work and studies but now during Corona my brother watches movies the whole day and it's the only thing he is interested talking about.
    I really feel that all this affects me in a bad way. And as you understand i can't just stop talking to him.
     
    Can you please discuss at the next teenagers session how to maintain a relationship with someone who is struggling with his yiddishkait?
     
    Many many thanks,
     

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    elky -3 years ago

    Firstly I must thank you for all the wonderful chizuk you have injecting all of klal yisrael literally from young to old daily during these trying times! I live in a wonderful neighborhood with a very chushive Rav he is a big talmid Chacham and people all over hold him in very high esteem as do my husband and I. However he has had minyanim on his porch although they are not as crowded as his shul is there definitely is not 6ft between each person.This is mind boggling to most of our neighborhood and people dont know what to think. How can a huge talmid chacham and yari shamayim who so many people look to as an example simply ignore the advice of most rabbonim and drs.?!?! What are we as his followers supposed to think?

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    • Anonymous -3 years ago

      Beats me.
      Please call him and ask him respectfully why in the world would he allow this.
      Ask him which doctors gave him the go ahead for this, less than 6 feet?
      Everyone around should call him to understand what he is thinking. If a heart doctor would advise him that doing something can kill a community member, he would for sure obey. So why not now when all doctors warn against close contact between people?
      Even if it is only a doubt within a doubt within a doubt, we still must err on the side of caution.
      Apparently, he does have the support of the people who come to daven -- how pathetic.
      A shande.

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      soro -3 years ago

      I think it it so easy to see very respected ppl, especially big  rabonim do things and feel we are too little to question them, even respectfully. However when we see they do things against other rabonims rulings, we need to have courage to question, respectfully of course, and even more so when lives are at risk. Hatzlocho

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    leah -3 years ago

    First I'd like to thank you for this program!
    Then I'd like to ask you how to deal with peer pressure. It's a very stressful thing l simply can't get rid of.

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    daniel -3 years ago

    Message: Shalom Uvracha! Lichvod Harav Shlita

    Thank You ! for all your wonderful Torah Shiurim which are Mechazek us so much.
    Recently was speaking with our teenage son and his teenage friend (who are going through a challenging teenage stage as a result of trauma etc) and it seems they have been paying attention to Zodiac Astrology Horoscope websites , please could you give a lecture on this important topic , presenting the Torah perspective .
    Yeyasher Kochacha!
    Hashem Yevarechecha VeYismerecha!

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    dear rabbi yy my grandfather survivor of bergen belsen who lost awife and 3 children there  died last week of the virus which makes me wonder why did g-d create a erson to endure such tzaar which man would like g-d to see only tzaar 

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  • Anonymous -3 years ago

    Dear Rabbi YY, we had a question and wondered if you could help us.
    Everyone around us is looking forward to moshiach and we also pray that he should come every day, but we often wonder wether we really will be so happy.
    We are b"h so happy and comfortable with our life, so why do we want the geulah? Will we be able to watch the same movies, read the same books, go swimming and shoping and celebrate weddings? Will we be able to enjoy life the same way? We will be so holy and will not be able to make mistakes! Thanks for everything, me and my friend!

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    Baruch Yitzchak -3 years ago

    Who am I?

    What is consciousness? What is it that chooses whether to follow the animal soul or the Divine soul?

    (What is choosing to write this?)

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    Baruch Yitzchak -3 years ago

    Shaar Hayichud Vha'emuna


    In the Baal HaTanya's Shaar Hayichud Vha'emunah we learn that everything is in essence Godliness. What is different about a Nefesh Elokis that makes it a chalek Elokah Me'maal?

    What is our consciousness? Is it the animal soul? What is it that chooses which soul/inclination to follow? 

    What do we keep of our identities when we are nullified and absorbed in G-d, returning the soul to its source? Does the multiplicity of our distinct personalities actually exist, or are we all really the same being in the simple Unity of G-d?

    I am aware that this is a lengthy topic with 12 chapters and many series of sefarim written on this topic. But If a form of answer could be given in the time available I would appreciate it. These questions burn in my mind.   

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    Nechama -3 years ago

    Women's pics

    I've been seeing alot of women especially on social media protesting that magazines don't show women or their faces are blured etc I'm wondering if this is an added guideline, halacha or something totally unnecessary. What is wrong with a women whose tznius face? I understand women and men are supposed to be separate but a this just a pic. Are men not aloud to see a women? 

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    Toby -3 years ago

    Q on moshiach

    1) The baby’s that are going to be born during the times of moshiach, did they ever experience the galus that we did?
     
    1. I assume not.
     
    2) A Jew that murdered his whole life and only did bad, what will happen to him?
     
    After much cleansing every soul will come to its tikkun.
     
    3) How do we really know that moshiach is real?
     
    3. Moshiach essentially means that the essence of the world is Divine and splendid, and that will emerge.
     4) How will we know when Moshaich is here?
     
    4. You and the entire world will feel it in their bones.
     
    5) Is someone or something stopping us from having moshiach?
     
    5. We do not know what is still holding it up. only G-d knows.
     
    6) A Jew that did more or less good things or bad things will they get a bigger or higher opportunity when moshiach comes?
     
    6. Every good deed gets rewarded and of course if I spent my life dedicated to light, I will be able to experience more of the Moshiach light.
     

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    Chaya -3 years ago

    What defines someone as "not frum" or off the derech? What defines frum?

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    eli -3 years ago

    This question popped in my mind and its been bothering me. We are commanded to believe hashem is one but how do we know there is no other hashem also divine that has a whole other universe with his own rules and own chosen nation etc.... I dunno how to answer this pls help me thank u? 

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    eli -3 years ago

    I saw in into to shemiras haloshon, how when you do a sin that limb will become deformed. so I am scared.
    How can we explain to youngsters and even adults to yearn for Moshiach if they are scared of Moshiach because when Moshiach finally comes not everyone will be zoche?
    The reason to think not is that I thought maybe a lot of people will die in Gog Umogog (if that didn't happen yet).
    Also, it's written by the chafetz chaim that there will be a judgment l'osid lavo where if a person let's say spoke loshon horah his mouth will be deformed, or if he did an aveira with his feet he may have to walk around with a limp or worse....
     
    For now, here are few points:
    1. He is talking mainly about Gan aden, after a person's life. Where there is a cleansing process. But also about Olam Haba.
    2. The purpose of all of this is never to humiliate or destroy, but to help the person. It is a form of therapy and healing -- not just to punish. One should be more afraid of the sin, not of the punishment -- the punishment is removing the splinter.
    Hashem loves you without limit. Every process is to help heal the soul. Like going to therapy. It can be painful, but it is never destructive.
    You must learn about the love, behind all of this.
    3. Of course, a person can always do teshuvah!
    4. If a person is unaware of certain things, everything is judged differently. 
    5. After all our suffering, the Jewish people are very refined! We are living during a very special generation. When Moshiach comes, every Jew will be embraced with infinite love!
    Please listen to my #4 class in the emunah series on theyeshiva.net
    and watch this:

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    menucha -3 years ago

    The question I have, which has been bothering me for a while now, is that as a teenager, our natural makeup is that we automatically go against what we're told to do. We're told not to watch movies, even if we never had an interest in movies, now we'll want to check it out. Our parents forcibly block our phones, we try every possible way to get around that block even if it could be we would never have gone one those sites if our phone was left untouched. 
     
    People don't realize, especially the hanhala in school, that so so so many of the teens watch movies, listen to the wrong songs and many hang out with boys and take drugs. I'm not saying that all teens that do that are doing it because they were specifically warned against it but alot alot are.
     
    So to wrap it up, why should restrictions and blocks, which are supposed to protect us, be forced on us when that itself causes us to get into the wrong things?
     
    You see it clearly in some communities where they are so sheltered and block out the whole world, their children are the ones to totally frei out whereas had they have been a little more open minded perhaps things would've been different.
     
    Thanks for taking the time to read this and thanks for being the first one to make a program for teens, its greatly needed.

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    • Anonymous -3 years ago

      I guess it is a delicate balance. 
       
      I think I will address it at next teens program thursday 930 pm. I think rules are good but only if they are explained in a way that motivates and inspires. Because the other side to just allow everything can also have negative results.
       
      I think rules have to be communicated with love and compassion and wisdom and understanding.

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        yossi -3 years ago

        i wish u whould be my rabbi in yishva, i cant say naver becuse i did find good and have good rabbi's but its hard to find someone like u !!! rabbi YY you are so clear and good! and fixid a lot what 'thay' didn't do thanks 

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    yoav melbourne -3 years ago

    Why Does Chabad not celebrate Yom Ha'atzmaut? Thanks

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    tziri -3 years ago

    "Each of us has a purpose in this world, if it is not revealed to us, how can I fulfil my mission in this world? (15 year old)"
     
    "Why is it important to have school when everyone is suffering and is school so important (15 year old)?"

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    Ps -3 years ago

    women's role

    I feel like woman are like servants to their husbands we do their laundry, serve them meals, clean the house… and many of us even work to support them. I am single but thinking about it gets me very upset.  Why is it that we get to do like the dirty work and they get to do the more honored jobs, why are we like second class citizens??? 

    I would really love to understand this a bit better.

    Thank you so much for doing this program, and for all the amazing classes you give!!!!

    I feel like woman are like servants to their husbands we do their laundry, serve them meals, clean the house… and many of us even work to support them ( so we can’t say that they take care of supporting the family so that’s why we have to do the home work…). I am single but thinking about it gets me very upset.  Why is it that we get to do like the dirty work and they get to do the more honored jobs, why are we like second class citizens??? 

    But I do want to tell you that I hate when people start saying oh so a woman is the akeres habbais and in the zechus of the woman we were taken out of galus and all the other nice stuff we can try to find in the torah about woman (mostly everything is about the men, but we we have to try to find the parts that are about woman…)… I’ts very nice to go find nice stuff about woman but the truth of the matter is that the men are the main and we are like the one who stands behind them. BUT I WANT TO BE THE MAIN!!!! Im not interested in the fact that behind a great man is a woman I want to be a great women!!!

    Thank you so much for all your amazing speeches!!!!! It’s very hard for me to find a speaker that I like because I think very deeply and get very upset when stuff don’t make sense, but your speeches are just amazing and over and over I love them and agree with everything!!!!

    May hashem bless you with everything good, just how you help everyone that stuff should be good by them!!!

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    raizy -3 years ago

    davening and pain

    I am a seventeen year old girl. I love your lectures. They're the only ones I could listen to more than once. I have a lot of questions. Today i want to ask you two questions.
       1- I understand why prayer is not a contradiction with faith, but actually the ultimate faith. 
    this is my question- we believe that everything God does is good, so why should we pray that he should change things if they're ultimately for our benefit even if we don't understand.
    since i watched your lectures about pain, I understand that we have to be open about our true emotions with God. I don't think you meant asking him to change things. So how does it work?
     
       2- I'll give you an example for this one. On the second to last day of pesach I was feeling a bit overwhelmed, especially when i thought about the shabbos that followed right after. So i sighed a little. My parents told me that we have to thank Hashem for all the good things that we have, and a lot of people are really suffering and they would be so happy if this was their only problem. My father is not the type who ignores feelings. So how does this balance work- being grateful for what we have, and still being transparent with Hashem about our pain. I've heard stories abt people who were 'punished' because they complained. (i wonder how they know) Now that i'm thinking about it, the Jews in the desert also got punished for complaining...
       I would really appreciate it if you can respond to my questions. 

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    • Anonymous -3 years ago

      1. Yes they are good. But we are davening it should be revealed good, not only hidden good. The fact that the goodness is not revealed means something is missing in our world and we want to repair that.
       
      2. We can be open about our emotions, but still be grateful. Being open with our emotions simply means acknowledging what our bodies are feeling, nothing more or less. It is not a "judgement" on what is happening. Just expressing how our bodies are feeling. 
      I can say, "I am so stressed about my son's wedding." I am not complaining about wedding, just feeling how my body is feeling.

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        maryasha bracha marozov -3 years ago

        hi i just wanna say that i love u Rabbi YY ur really the best every time i hear that u r giving a shir it makes me so happy and my family listens with intrest!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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        m.b.m -3 years ago

        thanks soooooooooooooo much 4 ur shiurim!

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