The definition of Teshuva is to return to being a loyal subject of G-d. One makes a firm resolve to stop sinning , accepts the authority of G-d unequivocally, and resolves to abide by all of the divine commandments.
Why is it that sometimes I feel so spiritual and connected and other times so earthy and mundane? Why in the midst of the most elevated moments do ugly thoughts creep into my mind? What is the purpose of our existence? What is the point of struggling if the best I can do is imperfection? Explore the answers to these questions and many more in this profound, philosophic, Chassidic classic that has opened the hearts and ignited the souls of thousands.
Tanya – Igeres Hatshuva – Class 1August 9, 2010 - כ"ט אב תש"ע
- בְּרֵאשִׁית / Genesis
- שְׁמוֹת / Exodus
- וַיִּקְרָא / Leviticus
- בְּמִדְבַּר / Numbers
- דְּבָרִים / Deuteronomy