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2024-01-25 – LH5 – YD2 – Kiley Beheyma 4 – Para. 14c-16 – Chanukah – Parashas HaNesiyim – Ohr HaEmes – Limud Torah – Adding a Light Each Night of Chanukah – Increasing Praise of Hashem – Hod – Tehillim 30 – Joy in a Painful World

Kiley Beheyma 4 – Chanukah – Parashas HaNesiyim – Ohr HaEmes – Limud Torah –Adding a Light Each Night of Chanukah – Increasing Praise of HaShem HodTehillim 30 – Joy in a Painful World – Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon.
Hilkhos Kiley Beheyma 4 is based on Likutey Moharan 2.
00:00 – PARAGRAPH 14c. דְּע֗וּ כִּ֥י יְהֹוָה֘ ה֚וּא אֱלֹ֫הִ֥ים ה֣וּא עָ֖שָׂנוּ וְל֣וֹ (כתיב וְלֹ֣א) אֲנַ֑חְנוּ עַ֜מּ֗וֹ וְצֹ֣אן מַרְעִיתֽוֹ – “Know that HaShem is G-d; He made us and we are His People and the flock of His pasture” (Tehillim 100:3).
10:00 – PARAGRAPH 15. Chanukah – Parashas HaNesiyim.
23:00 – PARAGRAPH 16. Ner Chanukah – Ohr HaEmes – Limud Torah. Adding a light each night of Chanukah. Increasing praise of Hashem through the level Hod.
*NOTE: Kol HaYom Doveh – Hod (left side) was turned around by Matisyahu and his sons perfected the midah of Hod for all generations. This enables Klal Yisrael to praise Hashem even in negative times.
45:00 – לְמַ֚עַן | יְזַמֶּרְךָ֣ כָ֖בוֹד וְלֹ֣א יִדֹּ֑ם יְהֹוָ֥ה אֱ֜לֹהַ֗י לְעוֹלָ֥ם אוֹדֶֽךָּTehillim 30. The most important achievement of Chanukah is the increase of praise to Hashem, even in the darkness of the present world.
48:00 – NOTE about how Rav Avraham Shternhartz (Kokhav-Lev) zal would lead the tefilos as Baal Tefilah, he would lift his voice at certain phrases that alluded to teachings in the Likutey Moharan.
50:00 – Today is Tu BeShevat. Birthday of Rav Nosson of Nemirov zal.
51:00 – Q&R – Appreciation from student about hearing how Rav Shternartz zal “turning Torah into tefilah“.
52:00 – Q&R about joy in a painful world.
*54:00 – Reference to 2Liikutey Moharan 24 – the key to being in a state of joy for 23 hours every day is to feel the pain of the reality of this world acutely, screaming out (silently) to HaShem, every day – but for not more than one hour.

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