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70 Trillion Cells Inside of You Are Dancing; Can You Join Them?

The World Is a Symphony. Why Are We the Only Ones Depressed?

39 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 Monday Parshas Reah, 27 Av, 5780, August 17, 2020, streaming live from Rabbi Jacobson's home in Monsey, NY

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    Miriam Menaker -1 year ago

    Very inspiring!

    Are more sessions of the same Maamar? Thank you for opening the hole of a needle that shows me the foyer of the palace.

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    Justin Koenig -3 years ago

    Only 26 min long for today's shiur?

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    Masha -3 years ago

    Question for Rabbi YY

    What is your zoom address please

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    Moshe -3 years ago

    The explanation of the ladder of davenning

    should disavow people of jumping over parts to catch up to the Minyan

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    Aharon -3 years ago

    The first devar Torah I remember hearing.  Before Yom Tov in Old City of Tzfat at a kiruv program called Livnot V’l’hibanot.  A visiting local Rav spoke.  He mentioned the upcoming shofar blowing.  The ram’s horns entangled in the bushes represents our own lives and whatever ‘thorns’ we may be caught up in.  The shofar arouses us to look at it more clearly and analytically to enable us to shake loose from the ‘thorns’.  The first real devar Torah I remember hearing.   I was 30 years old.   

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