THE PATH OF THE JUST - Mesillas Yesharim

Chapter 3: Learning How To Discern Good and Bad

given by Rabbi Dovid Horowitz

Mesillat Yesharim or Mesillas Yeshorim (Hebrew: מסילת ישרים, lit. "Path of the Just") is an ethical (mussar) text composed by the influential Rabbi Moshe Chaim Luzzatto (1707–1746). It is very different from Rabbi's Luzzato other writings, which are more philosophical.

Mesillas Yesharim is probably Luzzato's most influential work, widely learned in virtually every yeshiva in the world since formal study of musar texts was introduced to the yeshiva curriculum by the Mussar Movement of Rabbi Yisroel Salanter.

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The Path Of The Just - Messilla Yesharim classes on Youtube

47. Learning How To Discern Good and Bad
48. It's Better Not To Have Been Born --- So What Do We Do Now?!
49. Learning to Make a Cheshbon HaNefesh -- A Spiritual Accounting.
50. The Cheshbon HaNefesh -- The Goal of the Spiritual Accounting.
51. Finding the Light In A World of Darkness.
52. When Its Too Dark To See
53. When The Good Looks Bad & The Bad Looks Good
54. Maneuvering Through The Maze of Life.
55. Weighing Your Ways.