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Three Levels in Our Relationship with Hashem

Mitzvos, Teshuvah, and Innate Oneness

58 min

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This class will be presented by Rabbi YY Jacobson on Thursday, Parshas Nitzavim, 25 Elul, 5781, September 2, 2021, live from his home in Monsey, NY.

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    Charles Nenner -2 years ago

    If i get depressed saying slichot. What to do

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

    First we must have the relationship of King and subject

    What about a true "tinook shel nishba" who had no clue about his status as a yid and relationship with Hashem? 

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

    It's called "Rosh" Hashana because it's the head...

    But....we also have Rosh Chodesh.  Is that the head of the month? What about the 30th day of tge previous month which is also called Rosh Chodesh though it's the last day of that month? 

    Rosh Yeshiva? 

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

    "Your students are like your children"

    So is it true that your students are just as inseparable as actual children? 

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

    If the grandparent is inseparable with his child who is also

    Himself a parent and therefore also inseparable from the grandchild.....does that mean that by extension the grandparent is likewise inseparable from the grandchild, the great grandchildren, etc. 

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

    The implication is that the parent child relationship

    Is deeper than the marriage relationship.  Latter can be severed but former cannot.

    But.....we coronate Hashem as King, we don't say that we renew our relationship with Hashem as Father?  

    If the parent child relationship is the deepest why do we say coronation which is not as deep as the parent child relationship? 

    Also. Don't some parents disown their children? And children abandon the child parent relationship? 

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

    Teahuva can repair anything?

    What about murder? Having maimed someone? Having committed arson and burned something down? Or any physically irreversible damage? 

    What if victim has passed away? 

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

    Teshuva can repair anything?

    What about the aveirah of deliberately not keeping the mitzvos of Yom Kippur? Don't we have to keep the mitzvos of Yom Kippur for it to work as a teshuva machine? 

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  • Anonymous -2 years ago

    Teshuva can repair anything?

    Doesn't the Tanya say one can't do teshuva for the aveirah of having brought down a nonjewish soul? 

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    Yosef Hersh -2 years ago

    Only zoom working

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    Sara -2 years ago

    Technical difficulties

    Technical difficulties.  Here is the Zoom link  
    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8808462179?pwd=VkEwdjRCbjRXajducWZ4OVZMY2k5dz09
    Passcode: 613613

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Chassidus: Likkutei Sichos Rosh Hashanah #2

Rabbi YY Jacobson

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Dedicated by Drs, Bernie and Laura Wolfberg in honor of our children and grandchildren, Dr. Sarah Wolfberg, Devorah and Michael Friedlander, Shoshana Esther, Aviva, and Yael. May Hashem bless each of them to accomplish their divine purpose in joy and good health until 120!

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