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2024-02-05 – LH5 – YD2 – Pidyon Bechor 3 – Para. 3b-4a – Seder vs. Lo ceSeder – Tikkun HaBris is Tikkun Cheyt Adam HaRishon and Chava – Pesach – Skipping Over – HaShem Used Lo ceSeder Against Egypt – Speech and Redemption

Pidyon Bechor 3 – Seder vs. Lo ceSederTikkun HaBris is Tikkun Cheyt Adam HaRishon and Chava – Pesach – Skipping Over – HaShem Used Lo ceSeder Against Egypt – Speech and Redemption – Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon.
Hilkhos Pidyon Bechor 3 is based on 2Likutey Moharan 82.
00:00 – PARAGRAPH 3b.
08:00 – וְק֥וֹץ וְדַרְדַּ֖ר תַּצְמִ֣יחַ לָ֑ךְ – “… and thorns and thistles it will sprout for you…” (Bereishis 3:18, Bereishis) – NOTE from the Bnei Yissachar. The difference between the letter Daled and the letter Reish in the word Echad of the Shema. The word Kotz – 196 – is the difference between Daled and Reish. Also, the word dardar is made up of Daled and Reish. A descendant of the Bnei Yissachar points out the connection to the present abbreviation of “Dr.”
12:00 – “How do I know?” – Avraham Avinu made an error in Mah. Machshava Mah – think about HaShem.
*18:00 – Yosef HaTzaddik was disconnected by his brothers from his father, Yaakov Avinu. This was an aspect of drawing Seder into the realm of Lo ceSeder. This resulted in Am Yisrael’s exile in Egypt. The men doing the jobs of women, and vice versa, was an example of Lo ceSeder. Yosef HaTzaddik succeeded in restoring Seder through his observance of Tikkun HaBris. Therefore, he played a central role in the redemption of Am Yisrael from Egypt.
22:00 – Q&R about Avraham Avinu having a lack of faith.
24:00 – Reference to Likutey Moharan 1.
*25:00 – PARAGRAPH 4. Pesach. The meaning of HaShem “skipping over” the homes of Klal Yisrael when He struck the firstborn of Egypt.
28:00 – Skipping over something is an aspect of lo ceseder.

32:00 – NOTE: “The forest gives the wood for the handle of the axe.”
*36:00 – Speech and redemption. Pesach – the mouth speaks. HaShem gave nine tenths of speech to women.

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