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Forum: Chassidus 05-10-2012, 02:33 PM
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Posted By Rabbi_M
The post was putting focus on the ikkar inyon of...

The post was putting focus on the ikkar inyon of kesser. Look back and read what I wrote about that.

Indeed, this is not a stiro to the point that you're addressing.

I'll post the text from the...
Forum: Chassidus 04-09-2012, 03:42 PM
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Posted By Rabbi_M
2. in the second ois, in regard to the idea of...

2. in the second ois, in regard to the idea of hislabshus hasechel in a person's koichos (like ksiva, tziur, vchulu...), the R"R brings from the Rambam's Shmoineh Prokim in a way that would seemingly...
Forum: Chassidus 04-08-2012, 11:09 PM
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Posted By Rabbi_M
As I see it thus far, this should resolve all...

As I see it thus far, this should resolve all parts of the question, including the reason why "hamtono" is brought as the first peirush (being the ikkar pirush of keser), and it seems also to work...
Forum: Chassidus 04-08-2012, 11:01 PM
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Posted By Rabbi_M
Perhaps the answer to this can be found in the...

Perhaps the answer to this can be found in the hemshech ha'inyonim of the Ramak's Shaar Hakinuyim (erech keser) and in Koheles Yakov (also in erech keser).

The Ramak says that keser is of feminine...
Forum: Chassidus 04-06-2012, 10:48 AM
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Posted By Rabbi_M
This still begs the question though: isn't the...

This still begs the question though: isn't the peirush of the Ramak ("hamtono") and the what the R"R adds ("shtiko") really all part of one idea?

While b'hashkofo rishoino it might appear that...
Forum: Chassidus 04-06-2012, 07:22 AM
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Posted By Rabbi_M
Also relevant to this discussion is 30 maamorim...

Also relevant to this discussion is 30 maamorim onward - at the maamor just before shavuos (exactly a year from when the drush began) - where the R"R explains the 3 pirushim of the Pardes in the...
Forum: Chassidus 04-05-2012, 02:23 PM
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Posted By Rabbi_M
In the transmission of hashpo'oh, keser - here -...

In the transmission of hashpo'oh, keser - here - is the idea of "hamten ad sheyispashet". Of course keser has relation to the mekabel, that's also a tchuna of keser. But in essence, when we're...
Forum: Chassidus 04-04-2012, 05:16 PM
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Posted By Rabbi_M
I didn't say the Magid is talking about malchus. ...

I didn't say the Magid is talking about malchus.

I said that he's talking about tchunois that are seemingly more shayach to malchus then they are to kesser.

The question isn't from what I...
Forum: Chassidus 04-04-2012, 02:38 PM
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Posted By Rabbi_M
It was typed quick and off hand. It's 118. ...

It was typed quick and off hand. It's 118.

I'm not asking about the parallels between kesser and malchus.

Remember that the Ramak wrote this is Shaar Hakeenuyim under the erech "kesser". He's...
Forum: Chassidus 04-03-2012, 03:46 PM
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Posted By Rabbi_M
1. On the bottom of the first page, the R"R...

1. On the bottom of the first page, the R"R quotes the Ramak in Pardes where he brings 3 pirushim on the idea of kesser. The first priush is where the Ramak says that kesser is m'loshon "hamtono".
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