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In Torah, Hashem Speaks to Me; In Davening, I Speak to Hashem

Why We Begin the Day with Modeh Ani

1 hr 4 min

Class Summary:

This is a text-based class on the Maamar, Chassidic discourse, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Ani Ledodi, presented on Shabbos Parshas Reah, 5712-1952. 

The class was presented by Rabbi YY Jacobson on Thursday Parshas Eikev, 16 Av, 5780, August 6, 2020, streaming live from Rabbi Jacobson's home in Monsey, NY

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    Sara -3 years ago

    If the etzem is Really achieved in th Modi Ani prayer, I mean really achieved, why do we need the rest of the prsyers? Or is that the rest of the prayers get us to Modi Ani?

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    Moshe -3 years ago

    A child is a chelek, an essential part of both parents,

    he has the essence of both in combination just as each parent is also the essence of bkth grandparents, and so on and so on all the way back to our avos imahos and back to Adam and chava and to their creator. 

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    Moshe -3 years ago

    Tefillah is a ladder

    I learnt from R. Wichnin a"H that if one comes late to the minyan, there are two opinions as to what to do. The first, practiced by many, is to jump over parts of  the siddur to "catch up" with the minysn and daven shmonei ears with them. The second opinion,  which is ours which regards tefilla as a ladder, we start from the beginning and go thru the many levels step by  step answering the minyan where possible.  

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    Moshe -3 years ago

    Is the saying of Tehillim

    Torah or Tefilla or a  combination? 

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