Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Fresh Kishke

I intended to write a Sicha. But I'll first respond to two comments that were recently posted on this here blog. Then, if I still have the drive, I'll write over some of the Sicha.
Mr. Cold Chopped Liver, whoever he may be, asked if, when I said "your's forever", U really meant it. What kind of question is that? What could possibly be higher in my mind than truth? Honor? Destiny? All right, so I've put humor on top a couple times, but that's hardly the point. When I wrote that I was forever yours, I meant it. Anything, really, just drop a line and I'll try to oblige. Maybe.
Onto the Sicha! So, essentially, the Rebbe asks why the punishments of Sodom and Gomorrah were different from that of the other two cities, whose names I can't recall at the moment.If you want the answer, go learn the second Sicha in Cheilek 35 of Likkutei Sichos.
What particularly affected me was the fact that...OK, truth is, the whole thing affected me pretty equally. It's just that I didn't come out with the feeling that I must change my life now. All right, I haven't learned it well enough. Perhaps I'll try again tomorrow.
Forever Your's (You know what I mean)

1 comments:

Eliezer said...

When the title of the post has a connection to the post itself only in the mind of the poster... you know you're reading Chanan's writing!

Is your real name a secret? If yes, please put a bunch of astericks where I wrote your name.

P.S. your blog rocks! that's why I'm a subscriber!