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When Refinement Does Not Bring You Closer, Coarseness Does Not Drive You Away

Why the Ultimate Reward Is Given to a Soul Embodied in a Physical Container

1 hr 2 min

Class Summary:

This class will be presented on Tuesday, Parshas Bechukosai, 23 Iyar, 5782, May 24, 2022, at Bais Medrash Ohr Chaim in Monsey, NY.

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    Sara -2 years ago

    Paradox

    after paradox after paradox!! I guess we have to/ need to learn and accept them all in one way or another.

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

    The body limits the full possible experience BUT

    Only thru the body cam the ultimate purpose of creation,  the fulfillment of doing mitzvos and learning Totlrah by free choice can be accomplished 

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

    The teacher must hold back most of his knowledge

    And transmit merely a bit so that the student can get that bit and understand it. To let loose all he knows would overwhelm the student and he would have nothing.

    So too, Hashem "let loose" and transmitted only a bit of His knowledge and infinite capabilities and gave us a drop (of light, of Torah) so that we could absorb it and have benefit.  The first 2 of the 10 commandments did not hold back so much and it overwhelmed us. 

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    Sarah Goldberg -2 years ago

    The gematria of "ain sof"/ infinity

    Is the sane as "ohr"/ light. This shows that Hashem's infinite Divine Light passes thru the system of sefiros to create this physical world. 

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Chassidus: Likkutei Torah Behar Es Shabsosai #9

Rabbi YY Jacobson

  • May 24, 2022
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  • 23 Iyyar 5782
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Dedicated by Michal Brudno for a refuah shleima for my mother, Sara bas Mazal, & in memory of my father, Ben Tzion ben Malka.

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