How Should We Deal With Our Child Who Wants to Marry Someone More Modern? What Insight Can You Give Into the Recent Upheavals in Israel, With the Right-Dominated Government Creating Reforms and Having Thousands of People Protesting Them? Should We Be Concerned With the Threat of Russia and Other Countries Using Nuclear Weapons? What if My Spouse Has a Personality Disorder? How Should We Address Different Religious Paths in Marriage?
MyLife: Chassidus Applied Episode 443, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson
Sunday, March 26, 2023 / 4 Nissan 5783 – 8:00-9:00PM ET
The topics in this week’s 443rd episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:
- Chassidus Applied to Nissan, Tzav and Shabbos HaGadol
o What unique energy radiates during this time?
o What personal lessons does the parsha offer us?
o Why is the Shabbos before Pesach called the Great Shabbos?
o How does Shabbos HaGadol play itself out in our lives?
- What insight can you give into the recent upheavals in Israel, with the right-dominated government creating reforms and having thousands of people protesting them?
- Should we be concerned with the threat of Russia and other countries using nuclear weapons?
- What do I do next after finishing reciting Kaddish for my late mother?
- How should we deal with our child who wants to marry someone more modern?
- How should we address the recent controversy around women becoming “halachik advisors”? Follow-up
- Sholom Bayis
o What if my spouse has a personality disorder?
o How should we address different religious paths, such as one spouse is a committed Lubavitcher and the other more Litvish or Daati Leumi?
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