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We also sell the "Tikkun Haklali" which serves as a general rectification and has swept the world.
In its very nature each general principle includes many details, so that when a person grasps a general principle, he automatically grasps a large number of details. Sure, it passed through a few hands, has been redacted and edited, but that is the way with all early Chasidic masters. This was still primarily an oral culture, and often the best material was presented at a Sabbath tish, when taking notes is prohibited. What does the Halachah say about the status of their descendents, and how should we relate to them?When a person is confronted by many details but lacks understanding of how they relate to one another or fit into a general system, it is intellectually unsatisfying and highly burdensome…Song of Songs - 1: General Introduction Song of Songs - 2: Introductions to Shir Ha Shirim by Rashi, Ibn Ezra and Metzudat David Song of Songs - 3: Chapter 1 verses 1-4 and Targum Yonatan on verse 1 Song of Songs - 4: Chapter 1 verses 1-8 with commentary of Metzudat David on the metaphor and the meaning Song of Songs - 5: Chapter 1 verse 9-Chapter 2 verse 7 with Metzudat David commentary Song of Songs - 6: Chapter 2 verses 7-17 with Metzudat David Song of Songs - 7: Chapter 3 verses 1-11 with Meztudat David Song of Songs - 8: Chapter 4 verse 1-Chapter 5 verse 1 direct translation and basic commentary Song of Songs - 9: Chapter 4 verse 8-Chapter 5 verse 1 with Metzudat David Song of Songs - 10: Chapter 5 verses 2-10 with Metzudat David Song of Songs - 11 Chapter 5 verses 11-16 with Metzudat Davi Song of Songs - 12 Chapter 6 verses 1-9 with Metzudat David Song of Songs - 13 Chapter 6 verse 10-Chapter 7 verse 2 Song of Songs - 14 Chapter 7 verses 7-9 Song of Songs - 15 Chapter 7 verse 8-Chapter 8 verse 4 Song of Songs - 16 Chapter 7 verse 11-Chapter 8 verse 4 with Targum Song of Songs - 17 Chapter 8 verses 5-7 with Metzudat David, Rashi and Targum Song of Songs - 18 Chapter 8 verses 8-10 with Metzudat David, Rashi and Targum Song of Songs - 19 Chapter 8 verses 11-14 with commentaries.
Conclusion Study Aid: Aleph Beit Gimmel Dalet Heh Vav Zayin Chet Tet Yod Kaf (kefufah, "bent over" as in beginning or middle of word) Kaf (peshutah, "straightened out" as at the end of a word) Lamed Mem (petuhah, "open" as in beginning or middle of word) Mem (s'tumah, "closed" as at the end of a word) Nun (kefufah, "bent over" as in beginning or middle of word) Nun petuhah, "straightened out", "end" Nun as at the end of a word) Samech Ayin Peh (kefufah, "bent over", as in beginning or middle of word) Peh (p'shutah, "straightened", as at end of word) Tzadi (kefufah, "bent over", as in beginning or middle of word Tzadi (p'shutah, "straightened, as at end of word) Kuf Study Aid: Hebrew Alphabet used in writing Torah Scroll, Tefilin and Mezuzot by Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Berger Mishnat Sofrim (by Chofetz Chaim, translated by Rabbi Jona Vogel) on the laws of the forms of the Hebrew letters Teachings of Rabbi Nachman: Beyond Time and Space: Part I, Lesson 33 1 - Finding Ha Shem everywhere 2- The good days and the bad: searching for the hidden Torah 3 - Stripping off the veils, building the letters and hearing His word 4 - Na'aseh Ve Nishma, "We shall do and we shall hear" 5 - The revealed love in the Torah and G-d's hidden love 6 - Hidden light of the Torah and the Tzaddik to be revealed by Mashiach 7 - The Tzaddik likened to an angel 8 - Everyone can experience the light of Da'at on their level 9 - "Who is the man who desires Part I, Lesson 15 1 - Introduction 2 - Opening section 3 - Self-judgement removes the judgement from above 4 - Fear of Ha Shem must be elevated to its root, knowledge and awareness in one's very heart 5 - Torah brings to humility, and through devoted prayer the secrets of the Torah are revealed 6 - Humility and fervent prayer bring to self-nullification and the ascent beyond boundaries 7 - R.
The text is also divided by day and month for personal study.
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