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10 Shvat 5721, Class 11-12; Sicha 3 (Class 4-5).

10 Shvat 5721, Class 11; Sicha 3 (Class 4).
Toras Menachem vol 30 page 65-66.
Mention of 25 Adar, the birthday of the Rebbetzin and the world according to Rav Yehoshu ben Chanania (Tzadik).
Knowing where one’s Hisorerus comes from matters.
When you realize that it is all from outside of you (from heaven) you’ll work to make it your own because in and of itself it will pass.
Example: Ahava ViYira which motivates Mitzvos, vs Ahava ViYira which is an end in itself (to be the Mitzvah).

10 Shvat 5721, Class 11; Sicha 3 (Class 4).

10 Shvat 5721, Class 12; Sicha 3 (Class 5).
Toras Menachem vol 30 page 66-67.
Introduction: after Pesach, which never ends- why?
The issue of near and far, even by Tzadikim: in a body and after they leave the body. there’s a different definition of close and far then.
The idea of Hiskashrus, from rebbe to us, so much more than from Chassidim to Rebbe.

10 Shvat 5721, Class 12; Sicha 3 (Class 5).

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