What Are the Main Lessons of Chof Beis Shevat? How Did This Day Impact the Rebbe? Did the Frierdiker Rebbe Clearly Say or Subtly Hint That the Rebbe Should Succeed Him? How Can We Say That Creating Shidduchim, Like the Parting of the Sea, Is “Difficult” for G-d? Should We Interpret Dreams? What Shall I Do for Help When I Hate Therapy? What Can I Do About Tensions Between Myself and My Spouse Around Religion?
MyLife: Chassidus Applied Episode 437, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson
Sunday, February 12, 2023 / 21 Shevat 5783 – 8:00-9:00PM ET
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The topics in this week’s 437th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:
· Chassidus Applied to 22 Shevat – 35 years
o What is some of the history of Chof Beis Shevat?
o How did it impact the Rebbe?
o What is the significance of this day and the number of the day – chof beis, 22?
o What are the main lessons of this day?
o Can you please share some interesting stories about the Rebbetzin?
§ When you are given something, take it
§ In Lubavitch all is good
· Chassidus Applied to Mishpatim
o Did the Rebbe farbreng on Shabbos Parsha Mishaptim 5748?
o What is the connection between this Parsha and 22 Shevat?
o What lessons do we learn from this portion?
o Why is the chapter called Mishpatim?
· Yud Shevat: Did the Frierdiker Rebbe clearly say or subtly hint that the Rebbe should succeed him?
o Names of the Rebbeim
o The kohen at the Frierdiker Rebbe’s histalkus
o How can we say that creating shidduchim, like the parting of the sea, is “difficult” for G-d?
o Why did the women take their musical instruments with them when they left Egypt?
o Is composing music a form of prophecy?
· Should we interpret dreams?
· What shall I do for help when I hate therapy?
· What can I do about tensions between myself and my spouse around religion?
· How to empower my husband and not become a nag?
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