S.S.S.S. Parshas Behar – The Brachos Of Shmittah

shmittahVIDEO of Thursday night’s weekly Shiur on the Parsha, given by Reb Yisroel Meir Shapiro at the South Side Sandwich Shop. Also, click here to download and print this week’s issue of Mishnas Chaim to enjoy over Shabbos, provided by Chevrah Lomdei Mishnah.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. this is my first time listening to R’ Shapiro’s shiur. it was absolutly unbelievable! cant wait to hear next weeks!
    and btw……when i get hungry you can be sure to see me at the S.S.S.S.

  2. In the Torah in the Parsha of Shemitta & Yovel, Hashem Guarantees & promises anyone that if they keep these Halachos they will always be taken care of. (either by getting double in the Sixth year or even having extra) Where is Shemitta & Yovel TODAY in the Diaspora? Where can we find this when outside of Israel is not even responsible for these Halachos? The answer is Hashem promises anyone that if he runs his business with %100 honesty (coming to work on time & not even a minute late, never using your office time to check your personal needs or the news on the computer, paying your employees on time etc…) he is guaranteed to always have money & never have the need to struggle to make ends meet. This is where we are holding today, for those of us that have been-& still are- honest, from before the economy started going downhill in the beginning of the century. They are the people that are guaranteed to make it through the economy-even- when it crashes.

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