Do your children know who they are? In this class, Rabbi Shais Taub explains how identity is the foundation of education. Other topics covered include: proper use of incentives and rewards, how to teach values to very young children, and what to do about children asking "deep" questions. This class was recorded at a gathering of graduates of the Parenting from the Inside Out Webinar who met at the Ohel of the Lubavitcher Rebbe to pray for each other and their families.
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41:50Rabbi Shais Taub gives the "Moshiach Shiur" at Ohelei Torah
How to See Your Child
1:14:27Rabbi Shais Taub speaks to parents of children in crisis about the need to adopt a spiritual view of one's children. Rabbi Taub discusses "unconditional pride" and what it means to see each child as a soul. (This talk was presented as a keynote presentation at the Kesher Nafshi retreat.)
The Kabbalah of Frederick the Great and the Seven Years War
1:44:54In a presentation combining military strategy, European history, psychology, and kabbalah, Rabbi Shais Taub explains why the Alter Rebbe told his grandson the Tzemach Tzedek that the chasidic approach to personal refinement was actually based on the battle strategy of Prussian King Frederick the Great. In order to understand this cryptic statement, we delve into the fascinating history of the "world war" that took place between all of the European empires during the Alter Rebbe's youth and how Frederick the Great of Prussia developed a new battle strategy which was then identified by the Maggid's son, R' Avraham the Malach, as the conduit for revealing a brand new strategy for waging the inner battle between the animal and G-dly souls.
The Rambam and the Baal HaTanya
1:07:53Look at some of the fascinating similarities between these two great rabbis whose yahzreits are 20 and 24 Teives respectively.
Do Your Children Know Who They Are?
52:50Do your children know who they are? In this class, Rabbi Shais Taub explains how identity is the foundation of education. Other topics covered include: proper use of incentives and rewards, how to teach values to very young children, and what to do about children asking "deep" questions. This class was recorded at a gathering of graduates of the Parenting from the Inside Out Webinar who met at the Ohel of the Lubavitcher Rebbe to pray for each other and their families.
Vayigash: The Deeper Truth About Sins
44:50The Bais Yaakov (son of the Izhbitzer) explains a deeper truth about sins against G-d and how they reconcile with a divine plan that can never be abrogated. In the parsha, Yosef explains to his brothers that they did not send him to Egypt but rather G-d sent him. What Yosef was trying to communicate to them was that even if they were sinning, their actions still aligned on a deeper level with a G-dly intent.
Chanukah— The Story Written in Flame
58:01R' Tzadok HaKohen in his Resisei Layla describes the mystical meaning of the holiday of Chanukah. In this class, we learn sections of chapter 57 which explain why the story of Chanukah was never recorded as a book of the Jewish Bible but instead is a story that is told by the flames of the Menorah.
Wield the Culture
2:07:45A discussion between brothers Shais and Dovid Taub about adopting a “Moshiach mindset” regarding modern social and political trends. Recorded for the Tut Altz learning program from Merkos 302.
Chanukah as Preparation for Moshiach
39:16The Bnei Yisaschar explains how the 36 lights of the eight nights of Chanukah help us get ready for the revelation of spiritual light that will take place when Moshiach comes.
Vayishlach: How to Feel When Things Go Your Way
32:57The Alter Rebbe writes a letter to his chasidim after his release from prison warning them not to gloat over their adversaries. Rather, he explains, they should conduct themselves like Yaakov our father who responded to G-d's kindnesses toward him by feeling exceedingly humble.