Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Unifying the Disparate Parts of the Self - Rav Moshe Weinberger


Here is the audio of a shiur given by Rav Moshe Weinberger last week, during his trip to Eretz Yisroel. (Anti-Ma'aris Ayin Anouncement: This shiur is posted with permission.) This comes to us courtesy of our friend Tuvia in Yerushalayim. Thank you!

Rav Weinberger pierces our external shell to speak to the inner split that so many of us feel. One minute we're the most religious person in the world, and the next minute we're falling into the lowest ta'avos. The back-and-forth-and-back-and-forth struggle between tumah and tahara within us makes us wonder, "Who am I really?" May we merit to really hear what Rav Weinberger is saying and learn how to create a briach hatichon, an inner support beam which will unite all of the disparate parts of ourselves.

You can listen to the shiur online HERE (you will have to minimize the window while you listen if there's inappropriate advertising) or download the shiur in mp3 format HERE.

-Dixie Yid

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

THE SHIUR IS JUST PLAIN AWESOME! THANKS!

DixieYid said...

Thank you! I couldn't agree more. But the real thanks go to Rav Weinberger for giving the shiur and to Tuvia for recording and sharing the shiur.

-Dixie Yid

Anonymous said...

Dixie -
A slight spelling correction: the transcriber either means desperate or disparate. Different meanings.