Class One. Introduction, Hakhel was not a Korban and was done by a non-Kohain and could possibly have been done at night etc. The bringing of children was not Chinuch and therefore the smallest are brought, there is no age specification for Hakhail at all. [The idea of reenacting Mattan Torah]
Class Two. Page 62-4. Hakhail means a meeting of the Neshama and therefore doesn’t distinguish between children (even infants) and adults. [From the teacher: five examples for Hakhail: 1) The event of Mattan Torah, 2) the Mitzva once in seven years, 3) Once a year bringing children to Shul on Shavuos, 4) Parshas Kedoshim (as...
Class Three. Page 64-5. The reason it was read and done right after Shmitta so we should return to the world but remember our faith.
Class Four. Page 64-5. Continued, after Shmitta.
Class Five. Page 65. Sukkos and Chol HaMoed represent going into ‘sin’ the real world and further warrant the message of Hakhail.
Class Six. Page 65-6. Children who know and understand nothing are brought because this is about Yiras Shamayim, which goes into the Neshama.
Class Seven. Page 66-7. continued, Hakhail is done for those who get nothing from it consciously because it affects their subconscious.
Class Eight. Page 74. Introduction to new Sicha: unique obligation of the leaders in Hakhail.
Class Nine. Page 74-6. Everyone is obligated in Hakhail, but the King’s obligation is to everyone. A lesson for Yeshiva Bochurim.
Class Ten. Page 76-78. Working with others is possible even as one works on himself, though the energy of outreach is quite different than the energy of in-reach, because both are [the same:] in the service of God.
Class Eleven. Page 78-80. In addition to all the benefits one derives from giving to another for himself personally, There’s also the consideration that it is a time of Sakana and no time to make calculations and personal considerations.