One of the most profound lessons we learn during the Omer is the weight Hashem places on the mitzvoth between man and fellow man – these are mitzvoth that only He can enforce. Enjoy today's emuna lesson and have a lovely new week!
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These two men look too close for comfort for my tastes. What? Are you saying that the monkey is not a man at all, but a monkey? Nonsense! This is most certainly a man! He's a liberal who self-identifies as a monkey who likes to breathe other people's cigarette smoke into his mouth. Don't you DARE call him crazy! It's not politically correct, you know.
Speaking of humans and more humans, you don't want to miss Rav Brody's emuna lesson TONIGHT at 7pm Israel time! He'll be speaking of the importance of mitzvot between man and man. Or man and monkey. Or man and man who thinks he's a monkey. Whatever.
Have a fantastic day!
The curtailment of many joyous activities during the Omer, such as weddings, music and dancing, stems from the death of Rebbe Akiva's 24,000 students, who "didn't properly respect one another", as we learn in today's shiur - enjoy it:
Shavua Tov! Some people think that Passover begins with the preparations of cleaning and searching for Chametz, or with Kiddush on Seder night; wrong – it begins with emuna, as we see in today's lesson:
With a mere four weeks until Passover Seder night, we not only must clean our physical domain, but our spiritual domain as well. Seder night is not some mere commemoration of something that happened three thousand years ago; it is the rectification of the entire world in general, and each of us in particular, as we'll learn in Today's lesson. Blessings for a lovely new week, and enjoy the lesson...
One of the most important mitzvoth of Pesach is the telling on the story of our exodus from Egypt on Seder night. To do this properly, and to serve Hashem properly, we must first purify our speech. How do we do that? Enjoy today's lesson, which is the start of our Pesach-preparation series: