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Rabbi Simcha Weinstein shares heartfelt thoughts on how to approach and channel suffering and pain in a positive way. This talk was recorded on a day of learning on Tisha B’av, when we mourn the destruction of the Holy Temple.

Reflections on When Bad Things Happen

Reflections on When Bad Things Happen

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Reflections on When Bad Things Happen

Rabbi Simcha Weinstein shares heartfelt thoughts on how to approach and channel suffering and pain in a positive way. This talk was recorded on a day of learning on Tisha B’av, when we mourn the destruction of the Holy Temple.
Pain, Suffering & Tragedy, Tisha B’Av
Simcha Weinstein is an internationally known best-selling author, who chairs the Religious Affairs Committee at the renowned New York art school, Pratt Institute, where he serves as the Chabad emissary. His most recent book is The Case for Children: How Parenthood Makes Your World Better (New Jersey: Barricade Books, 2012).
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Casper Groningen July 26, 2015

Yey! What a great guy and story! Thanx Rabbi! Reply

teresa lisbon July 26, 2015

suffering Suffering and happiness - Could it be a matter of balance? A matter of 'Maat'? We need the darkness to understand light... no? Reply

Silvania Houston July 26, 2015

Wonderful message, very touching. Thank you Rabi for brings us understanding in this very sensitive matters and showing us the way to deal with our pain and sufferings. G-d bless. Reply

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