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Leaving Noah’s Ark

Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 9

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Leaving Noah's Ark: Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 9

On the ark, Noah lived in a utopian state of harmony with his family and all the animals on board—so much so that G‑d had to force him to leave after the Flood was over. What is the parallel in our own lives? Guest Expert: Rabbi Manis Friedman. (From “Messages”—Season 4, Episode 9)
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Shoshana Jerusalem October 20, 2012

kollel You were asked about learning in kollel. You replyed by giving the answer of the Alter Rebbe to a man who wanted to close down his factory and put others out of business. But what is the connection? The average kollel man is not a factory owner. He is a yeshlva boy who got married and has a driving love to continue learning and does this for as long as he can, and then goes on to teach or whatever he choses. Most kollel men are also teaching during their kollel years also, and learn with weaker yeshiva boys in order to help them. Doesn't it say" if it weren't for my Torah that is studied day and night I would destroy the world and turn it back to tohu and vohu - Utter chaos. " ? So why are you against kollel learning? Reply

In each episode of this series, host, Michael Kigel, a panel of young students and a "special guest expert" discuss a clip of the Rebbe's public talks. Produced by Chabad of Toronto as "Messages -- Season 4."
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