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Ep. 209: Does Negating Secular Education Mean That We Have to Be Ignorant?


Addressing the Personal and Emotional Needs of Our Community and Answering the Most Pressing Questions of Our Lives — from the Perspective of Chassidic Thought

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  • Chassidus Applied to Iyar and Beis Iyar
  • Lessons from Parshas Tazria-Metzora
  • Why don’t we see Chassidim being scrupulous about making blessings on trees?
  • Does negating secular education mean that we have to be ignorant?
    • Are we obligated to teach our children a trade and how to make a living?
    • Should we not be teaching basic English and math skills?
  • How can I connect emotionally and not just intellectually?
  • What is the Jewish perspective on chakras and the third eye?
  • Follow-up: shlichus (episodes 204; 206-207)
  • Chassidus Question: How do you explain in palatable terms the idea of a metzora according to Chassidus, as one lacking the bittul of “ohr abba”?
  • My Life 2018 essays: The Holy Cow Diet, by Levi Teldon, 34, Shliach, San Antonio, Texas; Chassidic Emotional Intelligence, by Shraga Crombie, 37, Chabad House at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ; HACK Your Addiction: Chassidus for the Smartphone Era, by Daniel Feld, 29, Acupuncturist, Israel

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