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Why Can't I Just be a Good Person? By: Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg
In this Torah class on Sefer Ahavat Chesed, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg introduces the topic of doing chessed.  He begins with a discussion of the haskama, the letter of approbation, which the Netziv wrote for Sefer Ahavat Chesed.  In his haskama, the netziv writes about the two fold obligation to do chesed, as it is both the right thing to do, and its a mitzva.  He explains that chesed is more than just 'being a kind person' according to the standards of general society, because Hashem has much higher standards of Chesed.  This Torah class is available online in streaming video and for download in mp3 and ipod video formats.





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Class: Walk in His Ways: Sefer Ahavat Chessed

Added: October 24, 2010

Class Number: 1 of 15

Time: 48:49

Topics: Bein Adam LeChavero / Human Interaction / Meaning in Mitzvot

 

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