In this week's shiur, Reb Yerachmiel continued an analysis of the fourth bracha of Shemoneh Esrei, "Atah Chonain". In doing so he discussed the most fundamental of differences between chachmas ha'goyim and chachmas Ha'Torah, namely, contact with and a connection to, a living, real Hashem, and taught-over a vital and breathtaking perek from Bilvavi Mishkan Evneh (Chelek Alef, Perek 133) which instructs us how a Jew on any level can immediately immerse himself in Torah-study and simultaneously be davuk to Hashem.
Also, at the beginning of the shiur there's the chevrah over there sing Shlomo Carlebach's Niggun Neshama. Very worthwhile!
The Shiur is in two parts. To listen online, click HERE FOR PART ONE and HERE FOR PART TWO.
To download, click HERE FOR PART ONE and HERE FOR PART TWO.
Update: For anyone who wants to understand more about what Reb Yerachmiel is saying in this shiur about how to accomplish what is meant to be accomplished when one is learning Torah, you must read these articles, which were left as a comment on this post.
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