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Coffee With Miryam: Light the Fire

Web series with acclaimed speaker Miryam Swerdlov: Enter her Crown Street kitchen and leave uplifted from the sweet blend of Chassidus and humor. This week: How To "Do" Chassidus. Video

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Wow
December 10, 2017 2:02 pm

Thank you I really enjoy listening to you!

Love it!!
December 8, 2017 11:34 am

I love the powerful simplicity. Your words come from a place of humility in the heart, and enter the heart. Keep it up machayil el chayol ! We need you!

Thank You
December 7, 2017 8:05 pm

B”H
Thank you. Every lesson you give over motivates me and inspires me . I look forward to learning with you 2 times a week. You empower you audience to reach higher, do more, do what He put us here to do. YES, WE CAN!

Thank you
December 7, 2017 5:26 pm

Thank you for “lighting” my day and everyone’s else with your inspiring vort!!!!

#1 comment
December 7, 2017 3:53 pm

May I kindly make a suggestion as your a teacher, it would be
Nice for you to have a stencil made with the Yiddish words Russian words translated … so your children could learn Yiddish and get the full Tamm flavor of our rich Yiddish language and even perhaps learn it and use it in their own
Conversations
A gut yomtov

אמריקה איז ניט אנדרעש
December 7, 2017 3:48 pm

א גוט יום טוב רעביצין
א שנה טובה בלימוד החסידות ודרכי החסידות
אייערע תוכן הדברים און ווען מעגליך
אף אידיש איז ממש א מחי׳
חזק

also add
December 7, 2017 11:25 am

the attitude one has while saying, ” Yes I can” has to match the words that are ” b’fee,chah” – in your mouth. if you’re going to say ” I can” with the intent of proving ” See, I knew
I really can’t” you may end up proving just that! as per the Rebbe’s teachings, optimistic attitude counts as much as mouthing the words.

Double wow
December 7, 2017 10:33 am

Thank You for your ongoing inspiration.

Wishing you, and your family a wonderful Yom Tov of Yud Tes Kislev.

I eagerly wait for your timeless messages
December 7, 2017 9:45 am

Thank you Mrs. Swerdlov for your timeless messages. I love sharing them with my high school classes… May I request… When you use your yidish or Russian phrases which I love because that’s your signature And brings me right back to class in bais Rivkah (you were one of our favorite teachers who perked up the class just by walking in)…can you please translate them so that my students don’t feel lost…And can follow The crux of your message better…Otherwise they’re lost

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