Class One. Introduction to the Ma’amar. Why the farbrengen begins with it. The meaning of a Machshava Zara is not a bad thought but thought that is wrong for the moment at hand. Question: is the evil of Machshava Zara limited to Davening (as it seems) or to all aspects of Avoda? Page 38-9.
Class Two. When one looks at each and every moment of life as avoda, including ‘Bchul Drachecha DuAihu’ then the issue of Machshava Zara is not only during davening but always. Page 39.
Class Three. Conclusion of the Sicha about why to start the farbrengen with the Maamar. Page 40-41.