Do you study Tanya but encountered a language barrier? The issue isn’t translating Hebrew to English, but translating it into my life and my real struggles in my avodas Hashem? If you relate to this challenge, Let’s Talk Tanya.
Have you ever tried studying Tanya but encountered a language barrier? The issue isn’t translating the Hebrew to English, but translating the Tanya terms into a language that is resonant and relevant. Words such as “G-dly soul” and “animal soul,” “soul powers” and “soul garments,” “great love” and “worldly love,” etc., etc.—how do they translate into my life and my real struggles in my avodas Hashem?
If you relate to this challenge, Let’s Talk Tanya.
Rabbi Naftali Silberberg, an acclaimed scholar and teacher who has been teaching Tanya to diverse audiences for more than twenty years, is launching Let’s Talk Tanya, a brand new daily Tanya series. Available in both audio and video, every day’s segment, approximately five minutes long, will convey the basic idea of the day’s Tanya and will zoom in on one large idea contained in that day’s study.
Tanya is the owner’s manual for the person who seeks to serve Hashem and live a life filled with holiness and purpose. Give yourself the gift of fluency in this remarkable sefer.
Let’s Talk Tanya is available on YouTube, Spotify, Apple podcasts, Google Podcasts, all podcast platforms, and letstalktanya.com. You can also receive the daily clip on WhatsApp by joining the Let’s Talk Tanya Community Broadcast (an anonymous community, where no one else will see your name or number).
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