Feb 11, 2018
Honoring an Abusive Parent?
Illustration photo by Randy Sloan

Chassidus Applied: Must a child respect a parent who is abusive, spiritual meaning of colors, head covering for divorced women.

MyLife: Chassidus Applied Episode 201, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson
Sunday, February 11, 2018 / 26 Shevat 5778 – 8:00-9:00PM EST

The topics in this week’s 201st episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:
* Chassidus Applied to the month of Adar
* Lessons from Parshas Terumah and Shabbos Hafsokeh
* Closing days of the MyLife: Chassidus Applied essay contest
Abuse issues:
* Does a survivor need to show respect to an abusive parent?
* How can a survivor avoid seeing Judaism as horrific when the abuse came from a Jewish role model?
* Why is Isaac referred to as Abraham’s only son?
* Why does a divorced woman have to cover her hair?
* What is the spiritual meaning of colors?
I* s it inappropriate for a bochur to earn parnossa before marriage?
Follow-up:
* More refined men (episode 200)
* Prayer (episode 199-200)
* Why Don’t We Daven the Way Chassidus Expects of Us? Prayer continued
Chassidus Question: If the hidden good is greater than the revealed good, why do we wish each other revealed good?

Questions may be submitted anonymously at meaningfullife.com/mylife.

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1
Address this please!
Many abusive fathers use the kibud av mantra.It is extremely abusive and damaging.
If they can't treat their children with basic decency one should not have to respect them.
They use this as a ploy and tactic to be listened to.
Then the kids feel guilty for by listening etc.
(2/11/2018 5:05:44 PM)
2
Wow
Thanks !
Bh we have a wise Rabbi
We are blessed
(2/11/2018 7:54:11 PM)
3
Cliffs notes version?
Nice videos I just don't have an hour and 15 minutes...
(2/12/2018 7:12:51 AM)
4
To number 3
I can relate. What I do is firstly break up the video into topics by times. Listen for a few seconds catch the topic skip five minutes, if it’s still the same topic skip another five, if it changes I go back a bit and see where the new topic started. This doesn’t take more than a minute or two. Then I go to the topics I want to listen to, hear the beginning (question), skim through some of the explanation and listen to the conclusion. Depending on how much depth I want to hear from each topic and how many I want to listen to, 10-15 minutes is sufficient. About Cliffs notes, whoever would write up a summary of essential points would be my angel! :)
(2/12/2018 10:09:57 AM)
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