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Torah Study as an Occupation, Part 1

Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 14

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Torah Study as an Occupation, Part 1: Learning from the Rebbe: Episode 14

The Talmud says that R' Shimon ben Yochai's "Torah study was his profession"? What does it mean to make Torah study your main occupation. Guest Expert: Rabbi Manis Friedman. (From “Messages”—Season 4, Episode 14)
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John Puerto Rico May 12, 2014

To seek my face at all times, there should be no doubt of who you are neither by yourself or those that see you through out the day.
Why are we here to please ourselves or Hashem, it should be obivious to all. Reply

Anonymous Arizona, USA April 25, 2013

Torah Study As An Occupation Interesting to know that one can study Torah, dedicate much time in it, and at the same time succeed in whatever one is working on. I thought that one could not do both. I like to paint and do other crafts, spend a lot of time in sketching, and sometimes feel guilty if do not seek HaShem. But, whenever stop what i am doing, Torah is my passion. Today, your message have been enlightening. Thak you so much. 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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