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What Should You Do on Shabbat?

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What Should You Do on Shabbat?: Parsha Va'etchanan

The final Mishnah of Tracate Shabbat concludes with the law that one may "close up [a window], measure [an object needed for a mitzvah], and tie a [non-permanent] knot on Shabbat." What do each of these three ideas represent in our spiritual service of G-d? (Based on Likutei Sichos vol. 14)
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Anonymous August 11, 2012

Your humility and interaction with others in the midst of the teaching is amazing. Perhaps this is the basis for such depth and revelation.It changes a person deep within. I hope this encourages you in your humble and open interactions as you bring forth such revelatory concepts. Thank you. Reply

Masha Melody Pierson Montreal, Canada August 9, 2012

What Should You Do on Shabbat? I do not have the words to describe the depth of my gratitude to have you in my life as Rabbi and friend. So far, you are the only teacher I have come to know that gets me as much as I think I get what you are explaining.
When I am feeling spiritually fractured, you help me understand how it happened and what I need to do to put myself back together again.

I thank Hashem for bringing you into my life to show me so many variations on a theme that hits every note just where it needs to be found. Reply

This class analyzes an aspect of the weekly Torah portion or upcoming holiday. While providing a basic understanding of the subject matter, the lesson delves into its deeper and more complex dimensions with emphasis on the spiritual relevance to our daily lives. Inspiration for both the novice and advanced student.
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