After a year of study and 50 recorded classes, TanyaOnline has concluded Shaar Hayichud v’haEmunah and will continue on to the next section, Igeres haTeshuvah.
After a year of study and 50 classes, TanyaOnline marks the completion of Shaar Hayichud V’haEmunah. The video classes, which are approximately 30-40 minutes each, are given by Rabbi Shimon Aisenbach, director of Chabad Friend of Cuban Jewry (CFCJ).
The lessons explain the straightforward meaning of the Tanya, in clear and simple terminology. Each lesson includes a video and text – on a separate scroll bar – to easily follow along.
“After concluding this unique segment of the Alter Rebbe’s Shaar Hayichud V’haEmunah, we look forward b’ezras Hashem to continuing with the next segment of the Tanya: Igeres Hateshuva,” Rabbi Aisenbach announced. “In these chapters, the Alter Rebbe provides a very unique and inimitable approach to the very distinct and transformative mitzvah of repentance.”
The lessons, posted Tuesday mornings, are divided according to chapters, averaging between three to four classes per chapter. To view them, please visit www.tanyaonline.com. The site also includes links to all the previous classes.
These lessons appear weekly as well on www.israelnationalnews.com (Arutz Sheva English).
“It is written that the Zohar is called Ilana d’chaya – the Tree of life,” Rabbi Aisenbach shared. “This can refer to the Tanya as well, since the Tanya, in addition to its own novelty and insight, transmits the word and spirit of the Zohar so that we can actually grasp, comprehend and appreciate it. Without any doubt, the study of the Tanya as the ‘tree of life’ will bring protection from all viruses, spiritual and physical alike, from without and within. Even more, with its unique power it will positively turn matters around, refining and sublimating the individual, society and ultimately the entire world.”
The Tanya includes the essence of Jewish wisdom for four thousand years, answering the most significant questions of human existence and causing a thought revolution regarding G-d, the human soul, the world, and our place in it.
Rabbi Aisenbach concluded with the hope and prayer, “May this be the final step in ushering in the era of g’eulah, when ‘the world will be filled with the knowledge of G-d as the waters cover the ocean bed’, Amen!”
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