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Submit your question now at  https://www.chassidusapplied.com/ask-rabbi-jacobson, or email: info@chassidusapplied.com. WEBSITE: https://www.chassidusapplied.com/ EMAIL US: info@chassidusapplied.com SPONSOR A MYLIFE: CHASSIDUS APPLIED EPISODE, OR EXPLORE OTHER GIVING OPPORTUNITIES: https://www.meaningfullife.com/sponsorships THIS WEEK'S TOPICS: • Chassidus Applied to Shelach        o Why did Moshe send scouts? 02:20       o What mistake did the scouts make and what can we learn from it? 03:30       o Why were scouts sent if G-d promised us he would give us the land? 07:58       o Are we supposed to rely on G-d or on our own resources? 11:00       o Who were the maapilim? Why were they punished for taking the initiative and trying to enter Israel? 15:39 • What are the Rebbe’s directives for the summer? 19:49 •  How important is it to be with friends when going on shlichus to another Yeshiva? 26:47 •  How do we address and deal with transgender issues? 30:27       o Are there only two genders according to the Torah? 31:49       o Why do we get offended when a person identifies as gender neutral – after all, isn’t G-d not defined by a particular gender? 35:10       o Does the Torah recognize and permit gender change surgery? 35:14       o Should we be taking a stance or fighting the latest trends embracing transgenderism? 35:36       o What are your thoughts on the What is a Woman documentary by Matt Walsh? 35:26  • Follow-up: Is it appropriate for schools to have their students solicit for a fundraising campaign? 55:45 • Chassidus question: What is the reshimo? How can we apply it to life? 59:07 MyLife: Chassidus Applied is a weekly video webcast candidly answering questions from the public about all life matters and challenges, covering the entire spectrum of the human experience. The objective of the program is to provide people with inspired guidance and direction, empowering them to deal with any issue they may face. MyLife demonstrates how Chassidus provides us with a comprehensive blueprint of the human psyche as a microcosm of the cosmos, and offers us all the guidance we need to live the healthiest possible life and build nurturing homes and families, bringing up the healthiest possible children, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually. #MyLife #Chassidus #Uvalde
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to Post ShavuosHow do we maintain inspiration after the initial spark dissipates? If G-d gave every Jew the Torah for free, why are yeshiva tuitions so expensive? What positive changes can I expect now that I have finally counted Sefira all 49 days with a brocha? What do we learn from the seven days of tashlumin? Chassidus Applied to BehaalotechaWhat do we learn from lighting the Menorah in a way that the “flames rise on their own”? Why were the Levites commanded to shave off all their hair? How about their beards? Why did the Jews complain about the manna – the perfect food? Who were Eldad and Medad? Why was Miriam punished for criticizing Moshe? Is there a connection between Miriam waiting seven days and the mikveh? Is it appropriate for schools to have their children solicit their families for a fundraising campaign? Why are people so opposed to the government requiring yeshivas to teach more secular studies? Chassidus question:  If there is a connection between Shemitah and Shabbos, why is Shemitah only observed within the borders of Israel but Shabbos is observed everywhere?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: What can Sinai teach us about the horrific shooting of innocent children in Texas? What is missing in our education system that can help prevent wanton violence? Chassidus Applied to Bamidbar and ShavuosWhy do we read Parshas Bamidbar before Mattan Torah? Who owns the Torah? What is right way of receiving and learning Torah? What is the significance of the Torah being given on Mount Sinai? How do we reconcile the census of the Jewish people with the teaching that we are not supposed to count people? What exact parts of Torah were given at Sinai? How did the Jews oversleep the night before Mattan Torah? Why is the 50th level of impurity considered a point of no return when we have a concept in torah that anyone can do immediate teshuva? Why do we eat dairy on this holiday? Why don't we read from the Torah every day? What's the difference between a hidden blessing and a revealed blessing? And why would anyone want a hidden blessing? Why are we told in the Torah about the negative actions of our forbearers? What did the Rebbe initiate 55 years this week – two days before the 6-Day War?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to BechukoseiDoes Torah provide us with a better and healthier life? What is the function of chukim (supra-rational) mitzvos, and what is its connection with engraving (chakikah)? Is Halacha (Jewish law) rigid and inflexible? How do you avoid being a “mechanical” Jew, preforming mitzvos robotically? Why are there curses in the Torah? Is Hashem breaking His promise to us every day Moshiach doesn’t come? Is tithing just like paying taxes? How can we assure that our prayers get answered? Is there a secret prayer that is like a master key to open up the heavenly doors? What is the significance of the Ono B’Koach prayer and why do we say it when we count the Omer? What is the meaning of the few paragraphs we say after counting the Omer? Why do we say “L’Omer” and not “B’Omer”? Lag B’OmerWhat is the significance of Lag B’Omer being hod within hod? Why isn’t the burial place of Rashbi unknown to us like that of Moshe’s? Why do we light bonfires on this day? How should we address the deplorable behavior of some in Meron on Lag B’Omer? Did the Rebbe explain why putting on Tefillin can stop wars and terrorist attacks? Follow-upAbortion Yom Ha’atzmaut Pesach Sheni What can I do about inappropriate images I have seen in the past?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to Pesach SheniWhat personal message does this day offer us? How can we say that “it’s never too late” when there are mistakes that cannot be reversed or corrected? If it's truly never too late, why isn't there a Pesach Shlishi, Riviei, etc.? Did the Rebbe ever say that Pesach Sheni is an opportune time for Moshiach to come? Lessons from 13 Iyar: 70th yahrzeit of the Rebbe’s brother, Reb Yisroel Aryeh Leib Chassidus Applied to Lag B’OmerWhat is its personal relevance to us? Is there a connection between this day and Moshiach? Why is there a custom to use a bow and arrow on this day? Are any of its rituals taken from non-Jewish sources? Students of Rabbi Akiva:Why do we cease mourning on Lag B’Omer and on the other hand, we don’t make weddings after Lag B’Omer? What lessons do we learn today from the students of Rabbi Akiva dying during this time due to disrespecting each other? When people disrespect each other today does it have a negative impact? How do we respond to a prominent rabbi arguing that we are not allowed to demand “we want Moshiach now” and other things the Rebbe initiated or endorsed? What can we learn from the rising gas prices? Iyar: Where do months come from? Is it alright for me to have linens with the image of butterflies embroidered on them? Chassidus question:  Is there a difference between the energy generated on a Biblical holiday and a Rabbinic one? Will we celebrate these holidays after Moshiach comes?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: What can we do about the horrific terrorist attacks in Israel? Chassidus Applied to EmorWhy does the Torah discriminate against handicapped Kohanim by not allowing them to bring an offering? How do we explain seemingly harsh attitudes in the Torah, called a Torah of love and kindness? What do we learn from the Torah about sensitivity to others, especially the less fortunate? Why is it forbidden to slaughter an animal and its offspring on the same day? What is the story with the son of Shlomit? Why was he so mistreated by the tribe of Dan not allowing him to camp with them? Why is blasphemy such a severe crime that warrants the death penalty? Is there ever a situation when we do not show unconditional love to a child? How about one who is behaving in a destructive and criminal way? OmerHow could they bring an Omer offering of barley on the second day of Pesach when barley is one of the grains forbidden on Pesach? Why don’t they announce the Omer count after morning services each day? What is the difference between Netzach she’be’Chesed and Chesed she’be’Netzach? What went wrong with Rabbi Akiva’s students who did not respect each other? Was it a failure on the part of Rabbi Akiva and his yeshiva? How did Rabbi Akiva react to their death? Why are we told about this tragedy and what do we learn from it in educating our own students With abortion in the news, what is our perspective on this topic?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to the month of IyarWhat energy and message does this month contain? What are the different acronyms of Iyar? What is true health and true healing? Lessons from Parshas KedoshimWhat is holiness? How is it different than goodness? What does the Kedoshim add to all the many other verses where we are told to sanctify ourselves? How can a Torah observant Jew be obnoxious? Why is love the “entire Torah” when many mitzvos are between man and G-d? Is eating and sleeping l’shem shomayim a mitzva equal to mitzvos like tefillin, shabbos and kashrus, because it falls under kedoshim ti’hiyu? How can the Torah speak negatively about people when there is a prohibition of loshon hara? Will committing not to sacrifice our children to Moloch help us have children? What do we learn from pigul? How do I explain to my children why we can't attend a Yom Ha’atzmaut event? How do I honor my mother who just passed away? Why isn’t music used more often in shuls and Jewish institutions? Chassidus question: Can we be as holy as G-d?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to Post PassoverHow can we ensure that the lessons of Pesach are internalized and last throughout the year? Why do we call one of the four children a “rasha” when the Rebbe would always emphasize the pure soul in every person? Moshiach’s SeudahWhat is the significance of this meal on the last day of Pesach? Can we apply the process of leaving Mitzrayin followed by Moshiach’s Seudah at the end of the Yom tov to our own freedom from our personal traumas? Why did the Rebbeim not institute the drinking of a fifth cup in Moshiach’s seudah corresponding to Eliyahu’s cup? How do we explain Moshiach’a meal being done in Israel on the 7th day of Pesach? What lesson do we learn from the fact that during these weeks the Torah portion read outside of Israel is different than the one read in Israel? Lessons from Parshas Acharei and KedoshimWhat is the right way of experiencing divine passion without being hurt? Why can we pray anywhere when we could bring offerings only in the Temple? Omer countingWhat is the importance of counting the Omer? Is there a reason that we only focus on the seven emotions and not on the three intellectual sefirot of chochma bina daas? Chof Ches Nissan: Is it appropriate to demand the coming of Moshiach? Chassidus question: How can we perpetually be leaving Mitzrayim?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus applied to Yud Alef Nissan – 120 YearsWhy are we honoring this day? Why should the Rebbe’s birthday matter to those that never heard of the Rebbe? What is the significance of the Rebbes 120th birthday if Gimmel Tammuz happened 28 years ago? How did the Rebbe change the world and what is his impact on my life today? How to deal with the challenges of the 21st century? What methods did the Rebbe teach in order to prosper without apathy? 13 Nissan – Tzemech Tzedek’s 156th Yahrzeit: Why did crying out Tzemech three times not bring the geulah? Chassidus applied to PesachHow do I deal with my wife’s OCD around Pesach? If the seder represents our celebration of freedom from slavery, why do we make a seder during golus when we are not entirely truly free yet until Moshiach comes? Why do we mention during the seder that we are descendants of slaves and idolaters when it is prohibited and insulting to remind a convert that he came from idol worshippers? Is there a spiritual reason for the custom to peel fruits and vegetables on Pesach? If matzah represents humility and bread represents arrogance, why do we only eat matza for eight days instead of all year long? Why do we lean to the left during the Seder? Chassidus question: How will Pesach be observed after Moshiach comes?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Lessons from Beis NissanWhat was the most important contribution the Rebbe Rashab made to Chassidus and what can we learn from it to improve our lives? Chassidus applied to MetzoraWhat lessons do we learn from this week’s Torah chapter? Is quarantine the perfect punishment for gossiping? What benefits are there in quarantining? Tazria Follow-up: Isn’t conception tangential to the continuing verses? What do we learn from that? Lessons from Shabbos HaGadol: What personal lessons do we learn from this Shabbos? The Miracles of Nissan:What type of miracles happen this month? Are we to expect miracles to occur now as they did during the exodus from Egypt? What can we do about the recent terrorist attacks in Israel? How can I guide my son struggling with gender issues? Is there anything I can do to repair a relationship with an estranged child? Why is it so difficult to find mashpia to speak with? Chassidus question: What is the meaning of the birds in the prayer we recite after each Nassi during the first days of Nissan?
Submit your question now at  https://www.chassidusapplied.com/ask-rabbi-jacobson, or email: info@chassidusapplied.com. WEBSITE: https://www.chassidusapplied.com/ EMAIL US: info@chassidusapplied.com SPONSOR A MYLIFE: CHASSIDUS APPLIED EPISODE, OR EXPLORE OTHER GIVING OPPORTUNITIES: https://www.meaningfullife.com/sponsorships THIS WEEK'S TOPICS:  • Chassidus applied to Tazria and HaChodesh         o What lessons do we learn from this week’s Torah chapters? 2:02        o Is it possible to achieve renewal in our lives? 05:02        o What can we learn from people with tzaras leprosy being forced to quarantine? 09:04        o Why was it considered a good tiding if someone's house had leprosy? 12:09 • Shemini Follow-up:         o Did Nadav and Avihu sin or did they sanctify G-d as ones who were “close” to Him”? 14:16        o How do we explain their behavior? 16:00 • Is there a connection between the four parshios of Shekalim, Zachar, Parah and HaChodesh and the four worlds of Atzilus, Beriah, Yetzirah and Asiyah? 20:09 • Do we continue to increase in joy in the days of Adar after Purim?  • How do we explain the ad d’lo yoda joy of Purim?  • Which redemption is greater: Purim or Passover?  • What is the significance of this year’s Hebrew calendar?  • Please provide perspective on the passing of Reb Chaim Kanievsky z”l  • Follow-up: Should we be compassionate to Ukrainians?   • Is it permissible to use a car and a phone on Shabbos during a war?  • How do I begin the process of growing through my difficult life?  • Reporting sexual abuse to the police? Follow-up  • Chassidus question: What is the difference between shalosh klippos ha’tmayos and klipas nogah? MyLife: Chassidus Applied is a weekly video webcast candidly answering questions from the public about all life matters and challenges, covering the entire spectrum of the human experience. The objective of the program is to provide people with inspired guidance and direction, empowering them to deal with any issue they may face. MyLife demonstrates how Chassidus provides us with a comprehensive blueprint of the human psyche as a microcosm of the cosmos, and offers us all the guidance we need to live the healthiest possible life and build nurturing homes and families, bringing up the healthiest possible children, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually.
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: How does Purim help us endure and ultimately transform darkness to light? Chassidus applied to Shemini and ParahWhat does the number eight signify and what is its connection to this time of year? Why do we read Parah this week and what is its lesson for us? Why did a continuous fire burn upon the altar; isn’t that a waste of resources? Follow-up: PurimIs there anything to be learned today from the Rebbe declaring “hurrah” Purim 5713? Can we place a curse on the Russians? Can we learn from Haman that humiliation is the beginning of his downfall? If we wear sackcloth and pour ashes on our heads like Mordechai did, will that inspire Hashem to annul the decree and end the war in Ukraine? What's the connection between the king awaking from his sleep and our prayers “awakening” G-d in golus? How can we take advantage of Purim’s kol ha’poshet yad noisnim lo (anyone who stretches out his hand should be given) to receive G-d's blessings? Should I feel guilty that I didn’t drink on Purim? Follow-up: UkraineWhat was the peace offering brought in the temple and what could we bring today as a substitute in order to bring peace in Ukraine? Why are my prayers of hareini mekabel and ach tzadikim not bring peace to Ukraine? Will it help to print Tanyas in Ukraine? Should we be building new institutions instead of helping those in need? Should we be embarrassed by the fact that this war was started by Russia, the place where Chabad was founded? Was it appropriate for Russian generals to go pray in Lubavitch? Should we be concerned about rising prices? Did the Rebbe ever advise how to survive a nuclear war? How can I make sense of a good deed that I did, which 30 years ago destroyed my life and recently saved my life? Chassidus question: How can we compare “blessed is Mordecahi to cursed is Haman”?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Personal thank you Transformation of darkness to light What can Purim teach us about the war in Ukraine today?Is it a sign that Moshiach is coming when nations are at war? Are there similarities between the Jews in Persia and Ukraine? What are we to do when we witness such battles? What did the Rebbe say in 1983 about nations in conflict? How are we to see these events in context of the Rebbe’s words over 30 years ago about the bloodless fall of the Soviet Union? Letter from Kharkiv: How can we increase in joy during the month of Adar with a war raging in our city? Should we cancel Purim this year in solidarity with the Ukranian Jews? When leaders attack others is it by their free will or is it ordained from above? More about the war in UkraineShould we be taking sides in this war? Should we be pacifying or fighting the aggressor? Are Ukrainians being punished for their crimes? Should Jews be escaping Ukraine? Is that consistent with what the Rebbe said in the past about dangerous situations? Should we go to Ukraine and volunteer to help in any way we can? Chassidus question: What is joy beyond reason, to the point that we can’t distinguish between “cursed is Haman and blessed is Mordechai”?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to the Book of Shemos and the MishkanWhy is it called the Book of Redemption? What is the connection between the Egyptian Exodus, Sinai and the Sanctuary? If the main purpose of creation is to reveal the divine presence in each of us, why do we need to have a centralized temple in Jerusalem? What were the cherubim on top of the holy ark and what was their purpose? And what replacements do we have for them today? Were the donations to the tabernacle an atonement for the golden calf? Lessons from Vayakhel and ShekalimWhat do we learn from this chapter? The power of synergy Does community compromise individuality? What do we learn from Shekalim? Is the recent new development making the library manuscripts available to the public a form of “splurging the treasures”? Who should we support in a war between Russia and Ukraine? Is it appropriate to name someone after an abuser or a criminal? How should we address sexual abuse and its coverup? - Follow-up By reading a book do we connect to its author as we do to a composer through listening to his music? With all the talk about sexual abuse, how about addressing mental and other forms of abuse? What is the story with the Rebbetzin Nechama Dina after Yud Shevat? Did the Frierdiker Rebbe ever wear a bulletproof vest and carry a gun? Chassidus question: Tanya chapter 29 – Is struggling with faith legitimate or only a result of “sitra achra”? sh between appropriate and inappropriate “intermediaries” between G-d and us?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to Ki Tissa  What do we learn from this chapter?  How do we navigate life’s ups and downs and twists and turns? The Rebbe’s Sicha 30 years ago this week  Is there a connection between the golden calf and the giant bull sculpture on Wall Street which symbolizes money and greed?   If the 13 attributes of mercy say G-d is slow to anger, why was G-d so quick to anger at when He saw people building and worshipping a golden calf?  What is the significance of Moshe’s mask?  Does it have any connection to the masks we wear on Purim?  Why was it necessary to make a second set of tablets instead of just repairing the first broken set?  Purim Katan  Did the original Purim happen in a leap year, and if so was it in the first or second Adar?  What are some of the customs we do on Purim Katan?  Is there a connection between a leap year, called a “pregnant” year (shana m’ueberes) and women having children?  What is the background behind the Baal Shem Tov’s Siddur?  How can my spouse and I reconcile after an argument?  Is it appropriate to watch the Super Bowl and the Olympics?  What is an appropriate relationship between cousins of opposite gender?  How should we address sexual abuse and its coverup? - Follow-up  Chassidus question: How do we distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate “intermediaries” between G-d and us? 
THIS WEEK'S TOPICS: • Chassidus Applied to Tetzaveh         o What do we learn from this chapter? 01:55        o What can we do today as a substitute for the rituals in the temple? 09:39        o What was the tzitz that the kohen gadol wore on his forehead? 13:26        o Is there a connection between the tzitz and tzitzis we wear? 14:45 • Adar/7 Adar 05:20        o Did the Rebbe once say that by increasing in simcha sixty fold during these two months of   Adar all negativity will be nullified, batel b'shishim? 17:10        o How do you measure your growth in happiness? 22:29        o How did Haman know that Moshe passed away on the 7th of Adar? 26:56 • How should we respond to the claims that the Holocaust was not racist? 33:18 • Is Judaism a race or a religion? 33:18 • What attitude should we have to those struggling with transgender issues? 37:15 • What do you think about the term OTD (off the derech)? 37:15 • How should we address sexual abuse and its coverup? - Follow-up 43:45 • What advice did the Rebbe give us to stay safe living in Crown Heights? 53:49 • How to resolve a disagreement with my spouse whose covid paranoia is adversely impacting our lives? 58:07 • Chassidus question: According to Tanya chapter 25 that Selach Lonu is like the Tamid offering, why is the chapter about the Tamid offering recited in the morning blessings? 01:04:03 MyLife: Chassidus Applied is a weekly video webcast candidly answering questions from the public about all life matters and challenges, covering the entire spectrum of the human experience. The objective of the program is to provide people with inspired guidance and direction, empowering them to deal with any issue they may face. MyLife demonstrates how Chassidus provides us with a comprehensive blueprint of the human psyche as a microcosm of the cosmos, and offers us all the guidance we need to live the healthiest possible life and build nurturing homes and families, bringing up the healthiest possible children, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually.
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to Adar IWhat is the significance of this year being a leap year, with two months of Adar? What do we learn from a leap year? Why is Adar the extra month? Did the Rebbe ever say that a leap year is a propitious time and has more opportunities for Moshiach to come? In this month when it’s favorable to go to a din-Torah, can we take G-d to a din-Torah to bring Moshiach? Lessons from TerumahHow do we build a mishkan in our lives today? Why can’t we have a temporary sanctuary until the Third Temple is rebuilt? What was the showbread in the Mishkan? What is its substitute today? Does praying toward the north bring us wealth? Follow-up: 22 Shevat – How do we repay the Rebbe for all he did and does for us? Is there a connection between Mrs. Lapine’s murder 30 years ago this week and the Rebbe’s stroke three weeks later? Did the feminist movement kill femininity? How should we address the recent abuse scandal? - Follow-up Chassidus question: Please explain the concept of "אליו ולא מדותיו" (ailov v’lo l’midosov)
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to 22 ShevatWhat do we learn from this day? What is the deeper meaning and significance of the name “Chaya Mushka”? What changes and new things did the Rebbe institute after 22 Shevat? Is it significant that the Rebbe and Rebbetzin had the same first names as the Tzemach Tzedek and his Rebbetzin? What is the Rebbetzin most famous for, besides being the Rebbe’s wife? Years ago the Rebbe told someone that he would be forever grateful for a favor they did for the Rebbetzin. Is it disrespectful to ask the Rebbe to repay this favor now? Is it appropriate to display the Rebbetzin’s photo? What are some practical things we can do to honor the Rebbetzin on her yahrzeit? Lessons from MishpatimIs logic logical? What can we learn from the connection of the rational laws to Sinai? Why did it take 40 days and 40 nights to receive the torah? What is the significance of us saying naaseh v'nishmah? Why are the negative mitzvos written as “do not’s”; wouldn’t it be more motivating to say it in the positive – “cherish life” instead of “do not murder”? Why don’t we mix milk and meat? If it’s due to not mixing chesed and gevurah, why do we find that in other areas that mix is considered sacred? Can we benefit from the mix, by throwing them in the same garbage bin for example? How do we explain to children that males are not supposed to listen to women singing? How should we address the recent abuse scandal? - Follow-up Chassidus question: Can we reach Atzmus?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to 15 ShevatWhat do we learn from trees? Should we water our plants on the Rosh Hashana of Trees? Lessons from YisroWhat is the relevance of Sinai today? Why was the Torah given in a way that frightened the people? How do we reconcile the Jews accepting the Torah without question, and then trembling when they heard G-d's voice? Did we receive the entire Torah at Sinai or only the Ten Commandments? Is there a connection between Yisro advising Moshe to delegate and the Rebbe sending out thousands of shluchim? Yud Shevat follow-upDuring the Yud Shevat Farbrengen 5711, did someone ask the rebbe to say a maamar? What’s the story about the newspaper announcing the Rebbe’s assuming leadership? What is the shechina? And how can it be concealed? What can we learn from yesterday’s hostage crisis in Texas? Do these things happen to elicit our prayers and tehillim? What attitude should we have to the recent auction of personal items of the Rebbeim? Can one use a pig’s heart for a heart transplant? Should we be applauding the launch of a new telescope that can peer back to the beginning of existence? How should we address the recent abuse scandal? Follow-up Chassidus question: What is the meaning of the statement that “without Ohr the world would be dark and separate from its creator” - doesn’t all of life come from Ohr?
Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics: Chassidus Applied to Yud ShevatWhat is the primary chiddush in this year's chapter 12 of Basi L’Gani? What does the Rebbe add in his maamorim of 5722 and 5742? What lessons do we learn from this discourse and its chapter 12? What deep hidden treasure is given to us? In the Basi L’Gani maamer is the Frierdiker Rebbe not just hinting but overtly saying that Moshiach will come in the 7th generation? Please explain the concept of shtus d’kedusha What is your favorite maamar of the Frierdiker Rebbe? Did the Frierdiker Rebbe ever indicate who should be his successor? What was going on in the community during that year until the Rebbe officially accepted the leadership? What is shovavim and is it our community's custom to honor it? Did the Rebbe once say the month of Shvat is an acronym of she’nishma besuros tovos? How do we stay positive amongst the new covid variant and today's non-ending challenges? How should we approach the recent scandal and tragedy of the disgraced author accused of serial abuse? - Follow-up Chassidus question: Since the Maamar Basi L’Gani is explaining that the hidden “treasure” being revealed is the level of Ohr Ain Sof l’maaleh maaleh ad ayn keitz, why does he elaborate so much in chapters 12-14 on l’matoh matoh at ayn tachlis?
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