Likutei Sichos vol. 36 p. 1 ff. Bitachon. classes



After thought: stories about Faith and Trust.

Conclusion. Answer to the questions about Moshe's (and Yaakov's) fear. The fear removed the space in which the miracle could have occurred. [Commentary: by such Tzadikim this isn't weakness but a choice]. Page 5-6.



Cont. The Bitachon is a Keli for the miracle. Page 5.

"Tracht gut" creates the "vet zein gut". Page 4-5.



Introduction to final answer: Story (and commentary on) "Tracht gut vet zein gut". Page 4.

1) Continuation from last class: perhaps Bitachon is simply not worrying, but not that all that will happen will be overtly good. 2) The rejection of this idea. The Rebbe (quotes the Chovas HaLivavos and) proves that Bitachon MUST mean that one believes that all in his life will be overtly good. Page 3-4.



Questioning the optimism of Bitachon, isn't humility a virtue? Suggested answer: perhaps Bitachon means not to worry, because even bad comes from Hashem. Page 3,



Bitachon and Emuna are not philosophies but levels of connection. The difference is whether one views Hashem as doing only overt good. Question: Why would one have trust, perhaps he had forfeited it with his sin? Page 2-3.



Question: Rashi's issue is that Moshe was afraid and yet didn't escape.The Rebbe's question is why does Rashi bring both Pshatutim, Pshat and Midrash. The Pshat must have some merit also. Page 1-2.



Continued, why relatives shouldn't be able to be objective. Why does Torah consider being an informer so bad. It is unnatural to expose relatives. Page One.

Introduction: Bitachon, the Chovas HaLilavos "Ladder of Faith". The struggle for faith is real and takes us all our lives to achieve. Page one.

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