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Discourse on Refining the Inner Animal

Discourse on Refining the Inner Animal

Maamar Adam Ki Yakriv: Lesson 3

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Discourse on Refining the Inner Animal - Part 3: Maamar Adam Ki Yakriv: Lesson 3

How we can harness and internalize sudden inspiration so that it will actually have a lasting effect.
Maamar Adam Ki Yakriv Part 3
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Rabbi Nissan D. Dubov is director of Chabad Lubavitch in Wimbledon, UK.
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Chani Benjaminson, chabad.org December 20, 2010

mp3 We have added the mp3 for this lesson, and will be adding mp3s for other lessons as well. Reply

Mr. Brian Sullivan December 20, 2010

mp3 audio Will an mp3 audio be available for this and the remaining classes in this series.

My internet is to eratic for video - if at all possible I wiill most greately appreciate it,

Thank you for your kind help. Reply

Richard Raff December 2, 2010

Discourse on Refining the Inner Animal The reward of a Jew is not what materials we may have ,but that of what memories we have to learn. HaShem Creativity can not be bounded by any answer. Rather after He had created it (the event). That is the true reward of knowing how to tame the beast that lurks inside. Lessons are all around us, the Baal Shem Tov was wise for watching nature and HaShems simple teachings. So what seems obvious at first, may become very complex in deed. Reply

Anonymous December 2, 2010

Well done Love to hear such holy words Reply

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