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Bein Adam L'Chavero By: Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg
In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the beginning of Klal 5 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim.  The Chofetz Chaim discusses talking about someone's character traits and weaknesses, such as wisdom, strength, and wealth.  Specifically, Rabbi Ginsburg focuses on the trap of criticizing Rabbonim as not intelligent or diplomatic enough, and talks about how we must be careful to only speak positively about our leaders.   This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.

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Class: Words That Build: Chofetz Chaim Laws of Proper Speech II

Added: January 04, 2010

Class Number: 15 of 16

Time: 51:31

Topics: Bein Adam LeChavero / Human Interaction / Shemirat HaLashon / Chafetz Chaim / Chofetz Chaim / Lashon Hara / Proper Speech / Teshuva


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