In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Moshe Weinberger continues learning the maamar Atem Nitzavim by the Alter Rebbe. In this segment, he discusses the idea of seeking out G-d with the deepest depths of one's heart.
In this shiur (Torah class), Rabbi Moshe Weinberger continues learning the ma'amar of the Alter Rebbe, Atem Nitzavim. This segment primarily focuses on various aspects of Rosh Hashana, yet its essential teachings are applicable in all times of the year.
In this shuir (torah class), Rabbi Weinberger discusses the concept of a bris from a different chassidic source, Chassidus Mevueres. This class enhances and further deepens one's understanding of a bris, which was begun in the previous class.
In this shiur (class), by Rabbi Moshe Weinberger, the intense connection between Am Yisrael and G-d is explained as symbolized through a bris. Rabbi Weinberger gleans insights regarding the true essence of a bris, from the Alter Rebbe's essay, Atem Nitzavim.
In this segment of Rabbi Moshe Weinberger's explanation of the Alter Rebbe's essay, Atem Nitzavim, Rabbi Weinberger discusses the idea of Am Yisrael coming together to form one complete spiritual unit.
In this shiur (class), Rabbi Moshe Weinberger continues learning the Alter Rebbe's maamar (essay), Atem Nitzavim. In this section he discusses the concept of a circle, and its aplications in Jewish thought and life.
In this shiur (class) on the thought of the Chassidic Masters, Rabbi Moshe Weinberger continues learning the essay of Atem Nitzavim by the Alter Rebbe. The Rebbe discusses the concept of Knesses Yisrael, the entity of Yisrael, and how one can become part of this unit.
In this shiur (class), Rabbi Moshe Weinberger begins learning the essay of the Alter Rebbe, Reb Shneur Zalman of Liadi, which deals with Rosh HaShana, as discussed in the Sefer Chassidus M'vueres. The themes of Malchiyot, Shofrot, and Zichronot are analyzed. The shiur discusses the nekuda pnimis, the inner essence, of Rosh Hashana, which is revealing our internal recognition of Hashem as King. The essay also discusses the Jewish People as a unified entity who can rise above their normally lowly level to reach the level of standing Lifnei Hashem, 'Before G-d'.