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Title Match: Orlowek, Rabbi Noach
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Struggling is normal, but catching hold of a burning question within that period of uncertainty could become a hidden treasure. Rabbi Orlowek breaks down a burning question using four basic steps that can turn it into a wise question - which can lead you to the answer. Another valuable suggestion is that just before you do something, ask, are you sure you want to do anything at all? Learn what it means to take a second look at things which on the surface seem to be so simple.
On returning to the Beis Medrash after a break, do you feel that you have forgotten everything you learned last zeman? Retaining your learning centers around two central themes. Join Rabbi Orlowek for the shiur and hear practical techniques for remembering not only your iyun, but your bekias limudim as well.
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Yom Kippur comes once a year to cleanse the slate of aveiros between you and Hashem. Would you like to have those sins forgiven without all the Yom Kippur trials and tribulations - on a regular basis? Rabbi Orlowek shows how listening intently to kiddush on Friday night has a similar power to whiten your spiritual 'garments.' Hear about the sweet rejuvenating power of Shabbos.
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We find the number three several times when discussing Shabbos. The three meals, the three pillars of Shabbos, and the three big Shabbosim in history. Rabbi Orlowek draws powerful connections between 'Creation', accepting the Torah, and eating the Maan. Ones belief in Hashem is a necessary part of the day of rest, and recalling this reality can help to decrease our involvement in Olam Hazeh.
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Shabbos is the day of rest. It is also called a 'chok' and understood as a covenant between us and Hashem. How do these two aspects of Shabbos lead to the crux of this holy day? Join Rabbi Orlowek as he examines the deepest underpinnings of 'stability', and its opposite, 'disintegration'. The key to this polarity may alter your appreciation of Shabbos.
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On Pesach Night, we are encouraged to feel that we were on site the very night God slew all the Egyptian first born – and how at dawn we picked up our belongings and walked out as free people. This valuable exercise takes on new meaning as Rabbi Orlowek explains why the Exodus happened on that fateful spring night.
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In order to merit bounty from above, a sincere initiative towards God is needed from below. Rabbi Orlowek explains one rock-solid principle that held true for both the Mishkan and Yetzius Mitzraim. As we left Egypt, we connected to Hashem with a tiny, untainted act - the strength of which will last forever.
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As we settle down on Pesach night, everyone is encouraged to feel that they’re on location in Egypt - on the very night that God slew the first born. And also to feel us carrying our belongings as we walk out of that horrid land to freedom. Even though this exercise may sound a little ‘new-agey', Rabbi Orlowek explains why it makes perfect sense once we grasp why it happened there and then.
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This Pesach, don't just recite the Haggadah - dig a bit between the lines to spot its sparkling pearls of wisdom. The genius of its organization demonstrates a masterful educational tool for children, and how its bottomless well of wisdom can intrigue any student of wisdom to stay the night mining its treasures and mysteries.
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Just as Shabbos celebrates the creation of the universe once a week, Pesach celebrates the creation of Klal Israel. Just as unity was the key for our redemption from Egypt, it is also the key for bringing about our long awaited redemption. Learn significant lessons about what true unity is from our collective slavery, our redemption, and our unanimous acceptance of the Torah just seven weeks after the Exodus at the foot of Mount Sinai.