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LH5-26-Reishis HaGez/Aveylus

2024-04-15 – LH5 – YD2 – Reishis HaGez 3 – Para. 11-13a – Bikur Cholim – Shekhina – Pi Shneyim – Double Portion of Ruach – Importance of Preparing a Last Will – Both Cherim and Aveylus Are 30 Days – Rabbi Eliezer HaGadol

Reishis HaGez 3 – Bikur CholimShekhina – Pi Shneyim – Double Portion of Ruach – Importance of Preparing a Last Will – Both Cherim and Aveylus Are 30 Days – Excommunication and Mourning – Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon.
Hilkhos Reishis HaGez 3 is based on 2Likutey Moharan 7.
00:00 – PARAGRAPH 11. Hilkhos Bikur Cholim.
07:00 – The importance of bringing children into the world who can continue one’s daas.
09:00 – The Shekhina is at the head of the bed of a person who’s ill. Reference to Likutey Moharan 66. Pi Shneyim – Double Portion of Ruach. Every person has a lower ruach and an upper ruach. When it’s time for a person to pass away, the upper ruach descends and pulls up with it the lower ruach.
13:00 – Yaakov Avinu achieved the highest level of Ben VeTalmid because all of his children were tzaddikim. He is also the first person ever to fall ill before passing away.
15:00 – NOTE about how Rabbi Rosenfeld zal prepared his students for his passing. The importance of peace and cooperation between children in a family, or unity in a group.
16:00 – The importance of preparing a will.
***22:00 – If a person’s children continue in the path of the torah, it’s as if the person didn’t pass away. “Dovid Melech Yisrael chai vekayam.”
24:00 – Q&R about the Avos passing their daas on to children and students. NOTE about Rebbe Nachman’s answer to the Trovitzer Maggid about the seforim written by Avraham Avinu and Yitzchak Avinu.
27:00 – PARAGRAPH 12. Both Cherem – and Aveylus are 30 days. Excommunication and mourning.
34:00 – Daas is a unification between opposites. Reference to 2Likutey Moharan 89. Shidduchim – “Sifsei Kohen…”
36:00 – NOTE – The unification between Adam and Chava is called daas.
40:00 – Q&R about peace being related to daas because both are a result of unifying opposites.
41:00 – PARAGRAPH 13. Rabbi Eliezer HaGadol.
55:00 – Q&R about the significance of the topic around which the cherem of Rabbi Eliezer HaGadol was centered.

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