Shulchan Aruch, Chapter 158: Dinei Netilas Yadayim !Short Clips! by Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac

Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac – Very interested short video explaning when we say brachot (blessing) after Rabbinic mitzvot (ie. Shabbat candles, Chanukah candles, Hallel, Lulav) and why do we say that Hashem commanded us to say a Rabbinically based mitzvah. Furthermore, these brachot are said before the mitzva which contrasts with the bracha we say after we wash our hands (netilat yadayim) is preparation to eat bread. Rabbi Zajac explains why there is this before and after difference.

https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4607305/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Chapter-158-Dinei-Netilas-Yadayim-LaSeudah-16a.htm

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Tachanun Putting Down the Head !Short Clips! by Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac

Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac – This is a short technical video about the proper way to put one’s head down during Tachanan which is a prayer supplication said after praying the Amida (according to the Alter Rebbe who was the founder of Chabad Chassidus).

https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4486353/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Chapter-131-Dinei-Nefilas-Apayim-1d.htm

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Correct Way To Say Amen !Short Clips! by Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac

Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac – In these two short videos, Rabbi Zajac explains the proper way to say Amen in the daily prayers and the reasons behind. This learning comes from the Alter Rebbe Shulchan Aruch.

https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4385970/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Din-Hanhagas-Shliach-Tzibur-bYud-Ches-Brachos-124-11a.htm

https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4387175/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Din-Hanhagas-Shliach-Tzibur-bYud-Ches-Brachos-124-12-13.htm

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Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac !Short Clips!

Shulchan Aruch, Din Makom Hara’oy L’hispalel v’Holeich BaDerech

In these three short videos, Rabbi Zajac explains one’s conduct in Shul (the Synagogue) both inside, on the way to, and/or when one is exempt from. It’s helpful to learn the sources of a lot of what we observe others do in and around shul attendance and to understand that those (sometimes “strange”) behaviors have sources that are based on spiritual foundations.

Why to pray in Shul specifically:
https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4103123/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Din-Makom-Haraoy-Lhispalel-vHoleich-BaDerech-9010a.htm

Shul attendance if you are sick or weak:
https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4103130/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Din-Makom-Haraoy-Lhispalel-vHoleich-BaDerech-9011b-12.htm

Running to Shul:
https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4108924/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Din-Makom-Haraoy-Lhispalel-vHoleich-BaDerech-9013.htm

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Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac !Short Clip!

Shulchan Aruch, Shelo L’vareich K’she’eivarav Ro’im Es HaErvah 74:7

Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac – The Rabbi explains when you are allowed to say the Shema and Shmonei Esrei in regards to how others are clothed near us and also the meaning of yarmulke (head covering).

https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/4020547/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Shelo-Lvareich-Ksheeivarav-Roim-Es-HaErvah-747.htm

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Shulchan Aruch, Dinei Birkas haTorah 47:1 – Laws Relating to the Blessings for Torah Study, Part 1

Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac – The Rabbi explains why the Alter Rebbe insisted that we be very careful how we properly say the blessings before we start learning Torah. The reason is it was one of the reasons the Jews were driven into exile after the destruction of the 2nd Temple. How does this even make sense? He further says – the source of this is in the Talmud that it is as if Hashem Himself explained it directly to those learning his Torah. Chassidus explains that Torah is G-dliness en-clothed in words. It’s not that we didn’t learn Torah it’s that we didn’t keep it on the front of our mind that we are learning Hashem’s words and connecting with His very essence when we learn Torah.

https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/2511682/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Dinei-Birkas-haTorah-471.htm

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Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac – Within the context of how to erase what has been written on parchment (Torah, Tefillin, and Mizuzot), the Rabbi tells us a life lesson as well – that (paraphrasing) “sometime we have to wait until our mistake has dried before doing teshuva on it”.

https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3547210/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Din-Kesivas-HaTefilin-3238-39.htm

Rabbi David Yisrael Kalmus – Shares how our prayers for our zivug (life partner) is intimately tied to our success in parnasa (sustenance) – daily focused prayer (Hibodidut) to Hashem is essential for both to be fruitful.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/bNEsSmXtYBA?start=900&end=1110&autoplay=1

Introductory Overview to Studying Halachah (Jewish Law)

Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac – This video is a very clear explanation of the development and the codification of Jewish Law (Halachah) from the Torah to the beginning of Chabad (246 years ago).

https://www.chabad.org/3097754 (this video could not be embedded so this link takes you to the video on the Chabad.org website)

Personal Thoughts – I’ve been looking to start studying Halachah (Jewish Law) by learning two Halachot per day. However, my preferred method is to watch videos as I absorb the material better that way. However, looking around I don’t see much and certainly not much in an organized fashion. Rabbi Zajac and Chabad have a very organized video series methodology which shows also by how well this particular video presents the introduction. This viewpoint is the Halachah as expounded upon by the first Rebbe of Chabbad (the Alter Rebbe, R’ Schneur Zalman of Liadi). Please reach out if you have another video Halachah series presented in an orderly fashion (Torah-Share.com’s email is torahshareblog@gmail.com).

https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3167830/jewish/Shulchan-Aruch-Hashkomas-Haboker-19b.htm – listen towards the end as it relates to why we make Challot (bread) for Shabbat (and Holidays) the way we do.

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