Classes

Toras Menachem – 10 Shvat 5712 (05) – Fourth Sicha (02)

Class Two. (including Fifth Sicha). More on alumni, once a Tomim always a Tomim at least in some aspect. The suggestion is to have two separate but contingent organizations. Page 315-8.

Toras Menachem – 10 Shvat 5712 (04) – Fourth Sicha (01)

Class One. The idea of alumni is much truer in Kedusha (and as it relates to the infinite Torah) than in Klipa, so it must most certainly be. The name of Lubavitch stays with the person. Stories. page 315 ff.

Toras Menachem – 10 Shvat (03) – Second Sicha (03)

Class Three. Conclusion: Whether women are or are not in Arvus, in this case there is an idea of Arvus towards one another for one reason or another. Page 307-8.

Toras Menachem – 10 Shvat (02) – Second Sicha (02)

Class Two. The question of women and Arvus. There are different levels: A) A Mitzva a woman must do and hasn’t done she can certainly do for her fellow as the Mitzva binds them, B) A Mitzva she must but has already done, her ability to do it for her fellow will depend on the…