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Anticipating Consequences and True Sensitivity[447.13]
Speaker:   Zweig, Rabbi Yochanan
Series: Festivals (Beginners)
Lecture Details:  Jerusalem was destroyed because the Jews could not foresee the consequences of their actions, says the Talmud. Was it really an intellectual flaw that caused our destruction rather than a spiritual one? This lecture explores our obligation to see the other's perspective even -- or especially -- when it conflicts with our own.
Library: Talmudic University of Florida  View All Lectures
Level: Beginners
Age: All Ages
Gender: both
Length: 18 min.
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