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Pre-Yom Kippur Shiur - Pity or Cherish
Speaker:   Hauer, Rabbi Moshe
Series: Yom Kippur
Lecture Details:  Every day in davening we say the word "chus" in Shema Koleinu, asking Hashem to have pity on us. However, the word chus may have a different meaning, as seen in the story with Yonah and the kikayon (gourd) that was destroyed. Hashem chastises Yonah because he had "chus" on the kikayon-because he cherished it and desired it. When we daven to Hashem, we ask Him for "chus" that He should cherish us and do for us out of His love and desire for us, not merely pity.
Library: Bnai Jacob Shaarei Zion - RabbiHauer.org  View All Lectures
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Age: All Ages
Gender: both
Length: 23 min.
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