WHO WILL NURTURE MY FAITH? is a text-based study series of the Ma’amer v’Ata Teztave; the foundational Chassidic Discourse regarded by many as The Rebbe’s Spiritual Last Will and Testament.

It gifts us extraordinary clarity of the mystical meaning of Mitzvot, and the truest essence of Torah Leadership. The Ma’amer also highlights defining dimensions of our Soul and the profoundest expressions of its emergence. It uniquely reframes the true tests of faith and challenges of our modern era, as it poignantly presents us with Marching Orders — boldly outlining the roadmap to Redemption!

Part Eight “SHAKEN, NOT STIRRED” features in-depth textually grounded study of the first half of the Ninth Chapter of the Ma’amer that introduces an illuminated new perspective on Galut’s crushing circumstances.

Verily, this novel take on our Exilic challenges represent a paradigm shift in our understanding of how Galut depravation brings forth the most powerful spiritual mettle.

Here, the Rebbe creatively re-frames the ordinary Torah viewpoint with an extraordinary definition of Harsh Realties that can Shake Us in different ways!

Surprisingly the unique dynamics of this non-debilitating Exilic dimensions that serves to Shake rather than Stir us redefines our understanding of Self-Sacrifice and the Soul’s ability to radiate!

This chapter lays the foundations for the Ma’amer’s greatest novelty, introducing an inspiring and truly uplifting new view of our present spiritual landscape. This teaching uniquely highlights and illuminates both the greatest challenges we currently face, and opportunities available in our post-modern era!

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