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Video: 23 AV, 5771 -- August 23, 2011
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The King In the Field -- The Essence of Elul

Likkutei Torah Reah Maamar Ani Ledodi #1. Part One

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kol hakavod

Wednesday, Aug 24 2011 - כ"ד אב תשע"א
ari
thank you so much for such an amazing shiur!!it is so helpfull for the coming month
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Re: About the links

Tuesday, Aug 30 2011 - ל' אב תשע"א
Michale
Here is the link to "Thirteen Attributes of Mercy" (three parts, follow next/prev link) http://www.insidechassidus.org/spring/29-spring-parshas/270-ki-sisa-2006-thirteen-attributes-of-mercy-1-of-3.html
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Re: About the links

Tuesday, Aug 30 2011 - ל' אב תשע"א
Rabbi Paltiel
Answer: My webmaster sent you (or someone else) a link to where in my sight it is. Its simple navigation: The 13 attributes are in Parshas Ki Tisa. So, click spring, then find Parshas KiTisa and click that, then open the folder of Parsha Classes. The three lessons are there one right after the other.
Sorry about the confusion.
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Re: About the links

Tuesday, Aug 30 2011 - ל' אב תשע"א
Michale
Some simple, beginner level knowledge can be found in WikiPediA web site "Thirteen Attributes of Mercy" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thirteen_Attributes_of_Mercy Question: is it OK to use it?
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Letter Yud

Tuesday, Aug 30 2011 - ל' אב תשע"א
Michale
Rabbi, sorry if my understanding is not correct. If the letter yud "י" in the beginning of name means "doing something constantly" then what means name Yehuda יהודה?
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Re: Letter Yud

Wednesday, Aug 31 2011 - א' אלול תשע"א
Rabbi Paltiel
Answer: Exactly the same thing it means in Hashem’s name from the person’s point of view. To be in a constant state of Hoda’a (Bittul) to Him.
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10 days

Wednesday, Aug 31 2011 - א' אלול תשע"א
Kayo, Tokyo
What do you call the High Holidays? I could not catch up with you. I also did not understand what you told us about how Rebee Maharash explained about the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
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Re: 10 days

Friday, Sep 02 2011 - ג' אלול תשע"א
Rabbi Paltiel
I’m enclosing your questions, so the answers will be more easily understood.
a. What do you call the High Holidays? I could not catch up with you.
b. I also did not understand what you told us about how Rebee Maharash explained about the days between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
Answer:
a. Yamim Noraim, which means days of awe.
b. I’m not sure what you are referring to but perhaps to the expression “Kiruv HaMaor El HaNitzutz” which means: a time when the Source is close to the Spark. I think this is quite self explanatory
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Re: Once again about links

Friday, Sep 02 2011 - ג' אלול תשע"א
Michale
I used your link, got Web page that displayed:
34-06. The Thirteen attributes of mercy.
A three part series on the 13 Middos given in 5766.
Part One.
Part Two.
Part Three.
Clicked on "Part One", got URL with mp3 file:
http://insidechassidus.org/media/Classes/PRSH/2_SHMOS_34-06a_66_wed_64bit.mp3
Came back to previous page, using "<--" key and clicked on "Part Two", got URL with mp3 file:
http://insidechassidus.org/media/Classes/PRSH/2_SHMOS_34-06b_66_WED_64bit.mp3
Again returned to previous page, clicked on "Part three", got URL with mp3 file:
http://insidechassidus.org/media/Classes/PRSH/2_SHMOS_34-06c_66_WED.mp3
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King in the field

Wednesday, Aug 07 2013 - א' אלול תשע"ג
Dov
The story with Mier Ahbesera was at Chabad in Berkley. Mier was scheduled to talk about relationships and Rabbi Chaim Drizin got a call erev Shabbos from Chadakov and asking him if he had Meir there to speak and what he was speaking about, and then prceeded to tell him that Rebbe wants him to speak about "Melech Basadeh" 
So when Meir got up to speak he started with his statement (and he says he pictred the Rebbe in front of him) "The King is in the field" and then proceeded to talk on subject. Every 15/20 minues he pictured the Rebbe and said "The King is in the field" after many students came over to him and all they wanted to speak about was "The King is in this field" as if he spoke about nothing else. 
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Thank you

Wednesday, Aug 20 2014 - כ"ד אב תשע"ד
Chaya
Thank you for a wonderful shiur!
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