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Ep. 228: For the Sake of Sholom Bayis Should I Do Something That I Would Normally Refrain From?


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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  • Rambam study: End of 37th cycle (Elul 20) and beginning of 38th (Elul 21)
  • Chassidus Applied to the 25th of Elul and Rosh Hashana
  • Lessons from the last and 7th Week of the Shiva D’Nechemta
  • Standing in the month of Elul when we increase in prayer, what can we practically do to pray a bit better?
  • Should I be concerned about speaking loshon hora when I am working through with my mentor the hurt I have experienced at the hands of another?
  • For the sake of sholom bayis should I do something my spouse prefers that I would normally refrain from doing?
  • Does the Torah expect the same from people regardless of their vital childhood experience?
  • Is there any value in rigidly doing mitzvot by rote even if it does not refine me and help me personally grow?
  • Follow-up: Religious OCD (episode 227)
  • Chassidus question: What does it mean that we need to stimulate G-d’s desire to recreate existence on Rosh Hashana? If we did nothing would the world cease to be?
  • My Life 2018 essays:
    • Overcoming Insecurity, Avraham Stein, 18, Stony Brook
    • How to Actually Bring Moshiach, Chana Rahmani, Boston, MA
    • My Torah, Chaim E. Bryski, 24, Agoura Hills, CA

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