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The Chassidic Movement – The Baal Shem Tov’s Vision (Slonim)

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Laws of Shabbos #75

In a case of need or a case of a Mitzvah one can tie a knot otherwise forbidden Rabbinically. For example, if a child’s shoes become undone all the time, one may tie their shoes in a double knot provided they are undone within 24 hours. (Rav Simcha Bunim Cohen, The Shabbos Home, pg. 209) more »

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Laws of Shabbos #74

Tying a double knot on Shabbos is forbidden. Included in this prohibition is tightening such a knot. Therefore one may not tighten their Tzitzis on Shabbos. However, a loose double knot, such as a belt on a coat, can be tied for temporary use. Tying a tight single knot in a single strand is forbidden. more »

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Laws of Yichud #8 (Text-based)

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Kedushas Levi on Shavuos Part Two

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Kedushas Levi on Shavuos Part 1

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The Chassidic Movement – Zealotry (Satmar)

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The Ten Commandments – Part 5 of 5

Taught in Sixth and I Synagogue. Based on the teachings of Rabbi David Fohrman http://files.nertamid.net/shiurim/Apps/recordings/TC5.mp3Podcast: Download

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Ten Commandments – Part 4 of 5

Taught in Sixth and I Synagogue. Based on the teachings of Rabbi David Fohrman http://files.nertamid.net/shiurim/Apps/recordings/TC4.mp3Podcast: Download

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Jerusalem Our Home Parshas Behar-Bechukosai

There is no tune more haunting and inspiring than Yerushalayim shel Zahav by Naomi Shemer: http://www.shira.net/music/lyrics/yerushalayim-shel-zahav.htm She wrote the song while Jerusalem was indeed desolate from Jews. She wrote it for a May 15th performance. Just about a month later, she joyously added another stanza, celebrating the miraculous victory of the Jewish People, and celebrating more »

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