Class One. Page 40-1. There are seven paths of Avoda, but they all must end in a candle that produces light to shine to the world. Aharon whose path is Chessed finds commonality in the “path” and the “goal” making his work easier. This is how it is by all of our Rabbeiim.
Class Two. Page 41-3. There are different types of Yahrtzaits and different types of Ohalim [it all depends on how the Tzadik lived]. The Previous Rebbe lived with Simcha, his Ohel and Yahrtzait reflect this.
Class Three. Page 45-7. נחשון בן עמינדב may have gone against Halacha when jumping into the sea, but he certainly went against the majority. He just didn’t ask. He knew he was going from יציאת מצרים to הר סיני and he saw nothing in his way.
Class Four. Page 48-50. The Frierdike Rebbe was the same and we should learn from him.
Class Five. Page 55-6. Introduction to the Sicha about Torah for its own sake.
Class Six. Page 56. Torah Lishma, vs. Torah with an interest.
Class Seven. Page 56- 8. 1) Learning Torah, Yidden with beards especially. 2) The idea of Tochacha even when not appreciated until the point of being hit.
Class Eight. Page 58- 60. Giving to קרן תורה with צניעות to break another American קליפה.
Class nine. Page 60. Introduction, When we give to the Rebbe we get rich, it is really the Rebbe’s own that we are giving him. Story of the Alter Rebbe about this idea.
Class Ten. Page 60-1. Even when the Rabbeiim needed no one for gashmiyus support they were the לית לי’ מגרמי’ כלום who needed to be enriched by their Chassidim. This created the connection between the Rebbe and the Chassidim.
Class Eleven. Page 61- 3. Even when the Rabbeiim were materially self sufficient, the idea of taking and being enriched from the Chassidim was important for the sake of the bond.
Class Twelve. Page 66. Women of this generation are a gilgul of the generation that left Egypt. They have an extra Yom Tov because they refused to participate in the sins, but joyously donated before the men to the Mishkan.
Class Thirteen. Page 66- 8. The ability that women have to see to it, that their homes and the (need for) Parnassa not become the Egel HaZahav, the golden calf.
Class Fourteen. Page 68-9. Miracles. They’re there if you want them and if you don’t then they won’t be there for you.