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Return: Five Paths for Getting Closer to G-d - Lesson 6

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Secret Love: Return: Five Paths for Getting Closer to G-d - Lesson 6

The importance of preserving modesty in our most intimate relationship.
Secret Love
Hayom Yom: Tishrei 8
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Humility, Love of G-d, Teshuvah
Rabbi Shais Taub is Creative Director at Jewish.TV. He is the author of G-d of Our Understanding: Jewish Spirituality and Recovery from Addiction. He and his family make their home in Pittsburgh, PA.
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Anonymous Israel October 6, 2013

Thank you for such a beautiful series of classes-really appreciate it. Reply

raziela October 24, 2010

i agree True love is intimate and private

I think though that there is nothing wrong with having a extroverted personality if that is who you really are and are not doing it just for show. Reply

Gabriel Tornto, Canada October 15, 2010

self-esteem and teshuvah I would suggest, humbly, that a person with with healthy self-esteem is more capable to rise to humility, and to love G-d and man, than folks with little or no self-esteem. I would really enjoy a course of study on healthy Jewish self-esteem and the connection to Teshuvah.
Many thanks for the great class. Reply

Sara montreal, CA September 6, 2010

So insightful inspiring and insightful.

A big thank you, Reply

Bob Popkin Pt. Washington , NY September 2, 2010

Part 5 Thank you.. This lecture was timely, relevant, insightful, helpful and necessary. Its application in this world will cause great merit in the heavens above. Shalom. Reply

yehudis via chabadmequon.org September 2, 2010

sharp trading If G-d made it so that every time we did good, there was an obvious reward, we could do no good at all. We would merely be sharp traders. Free will would be rendered impotent.
If i understand correctly, you made the exact same point about love. As you said, if a person does something nice for a loved one and then gives that person an "invoice" (demand for recognition), then it is recognition, not the person that is loved.
Please bring us more classes. Reply

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