A new innovative podcast with Rabbi Yossi Paltiel simplifies the Rebbe’s ma’amorim, making them accessible and enjoyable for everyone, while also serving as an invaluable gift for the Rebbe’s birthday.
Do you ever wish to delve into the profound teachings of the Rebbe’s Ma’amorim but feel overwhelmed by the complexity of the text? Are you seeking a deeper connection to the Rebbe on his birthday? Look no further! We are thrilled to introduce an innovative podcast that simplifies the Rebbe’s Ma’amorim, making them accessible and enjoyable for everyone, while also serving as an invaluable gift for the Rebbe’s birthday.
Given by Rabbi Yossi Paltiel, the podcast provides a unique opportunity for listeners to learn an entire Ma’amar in just one or two episodes. Featuring an easy-to-understand format enriched with anecdotes and stories, it’s the perfect way to dive into the Rebbe’s teachings without feeling lost or intimidated.
Releasing Shiurim twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays, this podcast is the ideal solution to fulfill the Rebbe’s guidance as written in Hayom Yom. He encouraged every Chossid to study Chassidus at least twice a week, and now, with ‘Rebbe’s Ma’amorim’ podcast, you can achieve that goal.
Here’s a taste of what you can expect from our podcast:
- Lessons that break down the Rebbe’s Ma’amorim into digestible segments, enabling listeners to grasp the ideas easily.
- Entertaining anecdotes and stories that bring the concepts to life and enhance understanding.
- Consistent release schedule, ensuring that you always have fresh content to look forward to twice a week.
Don’t miss this incredible opportunity to deepen your connection to the Rebbe and his teachings. By embracing the Rebbe’s Torah and integrating it into your life, you’ll be offering the most precious gift to the Rebbe on his birthday.
Subscribe now to our podcast and unlock the transformative power of the Rebbe’s Ma’amorim. It’s time to embark on a remarkable journey that will nourish your soul, enrich your life, and strengthen your bond with the Rebbe.
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