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When You Learn Through the Lens of Trauma, the Message Is Distorted

When Hashem’s Non-Existence Is Deeper Than His Existence

1 hr 29 min

Class Summary:

This class was presented on Friday, Parshas Terumah, 3 Adar, 5783, February 24, 2023, at Bais Medrash Ohr Chaim in Monsey, NY.

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  • Anonymous -1 year ago

    the title should be " what you learn about trauma through the lens of torah and chasiduss"

    since when do we learn our torah through the lens of secular education (even though there's nothing wrong with what there saying)

    it should be learning about anything through the lens of torah and chasiduss

    its an upside down world, and I would think the Rabbi would realize that.

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      Yosef Yitzchak Jacobson -1 year ago

      Please listen to the class; it is a different message.

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  • Anonymous -1 year ago

    Yakov gave a special garment to Yosef

    And thus triggered jealousy

    Hadhem  gave the yidden (only) a special Torah and thus triggered antisemitism jealousy 

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  • Anonymous -1 year ago

    The moon has no light of its own and

    Therefore has no ego.

    And we created people have no life of our own as well, but only that which we reflect like the moon, and therefore should have no ego as well 

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  • Anonymous -1 year ago

    Two fish were swimming

    One fish asked the other: "do you believe in water?"

    The other fish answered "I don’t know. My father believed in water but I'm not so sure"

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  • Anonymous -1 year ago

    The Buddists say go yo a mountain and

    Melt away in nirvana and meditation away from the world 

    Question: what if their parents had done just that? 

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  • Anonymous -1 year ago

    The Kotzger on his death bed said

    That his son was feeling with "gif"/body so he feels body.

    But the Kotzger  was on his deathbed and his gif was departing wheras hos sons were alive.

    And when the Kotzger was not dying and had his full body, was he not unlike his son at his deathbed later? 

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  • Anonymous -1 year ago

    Quote: "if you're Ain Sof they can't harm you"

    No matter how much the world throws at you, an ein sof person cannot be harmed.

    Like the Friederke Rebbe who told  the guards that their gun does nit affect a person with one G-d and 2 worlds

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  • Anonymous -1 year ago

    Teshuva is very high

    It's not only high but the purpose of creation.

    Think. A  perfect G-d  made imperfect people and gave them a perfect Torah to perfect them. How to do it? Teshuva.

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  • Anonymous -1 year ago

    If you compare what is seen in the strongest

    Microscope looks very much like what the new Webb telescope shows in the infinitude of space. 

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  • Anonymous -1 year ago

    Moshe didn't say "Baruch shaim" but Yakov

    Did. Why ?

    Notice Moshe was actually by himself and for himself saying the Shema. 

    But Yakov wasn't saying the Shema.  His sons were and Yakov wasnt. He was merely responding and so just said "baruch Shem"

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Chassidus: Torah Ohr Bachodesh Hashlishi #7

Rabbi YY Jacobson

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Dedicated by by Sarah Malka Simon & Tzirl Goldman in memory of R' Yitzchak Yaakov (Jerry) ben R' Moishe Simon, Yartzeit 4 Adar.

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