Rabbi Shloma Majeski

Rabbi Majeski is one of the foremost exponents of Chassidic thought today. He is the author of two highly acclaimed books “The Chassidic Approach to Joy” and “A Tzaddik and His Students”, as well as lecture series entitled “The Basic Principles of Chabad Chassidic Philosophy” and “The Chassidic Heritage Series.” Rabbi Majeski magically incorporate stories of chassidim that bring Chassidic philosophy to life. Rabbi Majeski who runs the popular women’s Yeshiva in Crown Heights section of Brooklyn called Machon L’Yahadus, Rabbi Majesky emphasizes text-based learning, consistently citing sources, encouraging students to become familiar with Chassidic text and terminology. In addition to his classes, Rabbi Majeski learns individually with each student, exploring the topic of her choice. Always offering a listening ear, Rabbi Majeski is like a father for all of his students and alumni. Rabbi Majeski has been teaching college students and women of all ages who are on a Jewish journey for over three decades.
Rabbi Shloma Majeski If the Torah compares the relationship between Hashem and the Jews to the relationship of a man and wife, is there a possibility of Hashem choosing another ‘wife’?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski How does one come to love Hashem?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski What does an ‘Eis Ratzon’ mean if Hashem is not moody?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski Why identify one person as Moshiach instead of waiting to see who He is when He comes?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski Are women less valued than men in Judaism?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski How can we pray for Hashem to change a situation while knowing that everything Hashem does is good?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski What does it mean that we were created in the image of G-d?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski Why don’t girls need to wear a yarmulke?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski Is there a benefit to using our Jewish names even in business?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski Why don’t we need to wash negel vaser before saying Modeh Ani?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski Is the Alter Rebbe’s picture authentic?
Rabbi Shloma Majeski What’s the additional soul we get on Shabbos Where does it come from, how does it affect us?