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  • Inspirational Talk by Rabbi Nissan Dovid DubovFaith and timeliness with scholarly incisiveness by Rabbi Nissan Dovid Dubov. Rabbi Dubov is Director of Chabad of South London, rabbi of the Chabad Shul, and is also the author of 11 books, on various Jewish topics. In addition to overseeing the many activities run by the Chabad House, he is also a sought-after lecturer, particularly in the area of Kabbalah, both nationally and internationally. Click HERE to listen!
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The Talmud states that when a student is exiled, his teacher must be exiled with him. Not simply go with him. He must be exiled with him. Which tells us: If you want to give your student that which you have learned, you cannot stay in your universe and speak to a student who lives in another. You must leave your own space and enter that of your student. If your student cannot understand, you too do not understand. If your student has failed, it is your failure. If your student lives in a world of dreams, be part of that...
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