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Tanya: Chapter 9 - Part 2

Tevet 10

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Anonymous Rosh Tzurim Israel December 27, 2017

Still one of the Tanya’s greatest hits (moments) Reply

L.G. Israel June 23, 2015

Answer to anonymous of Jan 1, 2013 If you listen carefully, I think Rabbi Gordon spoke about pleasure from knowing G-dly wisdom and not actually G-d Himself. Reply

Anonymous January 1, 2013

pleasure you say that the highest form of pleasure is from knowing G-D but we learned that anybody that clams to know or understand G-D is a kifer because its not passable to understand G-D Reply

Rabbi Yehoshua b Gordon December 23, 2012

Battle for the city Yes. You are absolutely on the right track. Thank you. Reply

Richard Bronowitz Jacksonville, Fl December 23, 2012

Battle for the City Thank you again for your wonderful classes. My mornings are greatly brightened as I learn my daily Tanya and Chumash with you. G-d willing, I will have the strength to add your class on Rambam also. For awhile, I have been struggling to understand the battle for "the city" of the two souls. At the end of the day, we do something, either that advocated by the nefesh elokis or that advocated by the nefesh behamas. How is that decision made? My working theory of the moment is that the nefesh hasechlis eventually makes the decision about what the body will actually do. Both of the warring kings try to convince the nefesh hasechlis to go one way or the other. Is this on track or is there a different process for actually making the decision. Thank you so much for the light you are spreading. Reply

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