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The Guiding Light  
  The Guiding Light  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 10/5/2011, 14:10
 
How should we mourn the passing of a tzaddik? By being sad and depressed? Rebbe Natan shows us how to observe the 18th of Tishrei, Rebbe Nachman’s Yahrtzeit…  


Don’t Be Fooled  
  Don’t Be Fooled  
 
By Rabbi Nissan Dovid Kivak
Publish date: 8/29/2011, 20:11
 
The Rebbe says that there is no Olam HaZeh. Whoever isn’t a Breslever runs a mile when he hears this. People want a Rebbe who’ll give them a blessing for success in this world…  


The Illusion of This World  
  The Illusion of This World  
 
By Rabbi Nissan Dovid Kivak
Publish date: 8/25/2011, 13:54
 
Most stories of Tzaddikim have a happy ending. The person gets well, becomes rich… Our Rebbe Nachman spoke about the times when it didn’t work out so rosy…  


The Rebbe  
  The Rebbe's Unique Teachings  
 
By Rabbi Avrohom Yitzchok Kletzky
Publish date: 4/30/2011, 21:19
 
Rebbe Nachman’s teachings are unique in that they are full of advice and guidance how every individual can merit reaching the highest spiritual levels…  


Authority and Personal Example  
  Authority and Personal Example  
 
By Yehoshua Goldstein
Publish date: 2/20/2011, 18:29
 
How do we caution and guide others in the service of Hashem? The only real way is by being a personal example, is especially when it comes to our own family members…  


The Highest Level of Speech  
  The Highest Level of Speech  
 
By Yehoshua Goldstein
Publish date: 2/7/2011, 19:02
 
Gratitude is the highest level of using our speech. Rav Shalom Arush teaches that giving gratitude to Hashem is the deepest way we can serve Hashem here in this world...  


Just Do It!  
  Just Do It!  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 12/28/2010, 20:46
 
Breslev chassidut has a piece of relevant advice for every single circumstance, and the more I try to follow the advice, the more I see it really, truly works...  


You Have Such a Heart  
  You Have Such a Heart  
 
By Rabbi Avrohom Yitzchok Kletzky
Publish date: 11/8/2010, 23:21
 
People think that thay can’t serve Hashem without zeal and burning desire because they don’t have the heart of a tzaddik; wrong! Guess what – you have such a heart!  


Hungarian Wine  
  Hungarian Wine  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 10/31/2010, 19:01
 
Rebbe Nachman warned that in the end of days there’d be all kinds of ‘rabbis,’ ‘rebbes,’ and ersatz tzaddikim that will be peddling their fine (but fake) wares...  


Inspiring Others  
  Inspiring Others  
 
By Rabbi Avrohom Yitzchok Kletzky
Publish date: 10/25/2010, 18:35
 
Don’t worry about discussing Emuna even when you’re not yet on the level about which you’re speaking. On the contrary, by inspiring others, you repay your debts to Hashem…  


Bullseye  
  Bullseye  
 
By Rabbi Lazer Brody
Publish date: 4/12/2010, 16:15
 
One must invest years of effort and training to become a champion archer, but a slouch first shoots a random arrow and then paints a bullseye wherever the arrow lands…  


The Same Boat  
  The Same Boat  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 4/6/2010, 16:54
 
The ditch-digger losers his diamond, but he continues to sing and dance; if he doesn’t, he’ll lose his life. We’re all in that same boat...  


I’m Not a Breslever!  
  I’m Not a Breslever!  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 2/14/2010, 19:45
 
People like to tell themselves, “I’m not a Breslever, so all that stuff about talking to Hashem and having emuna really doesn’t apply to me...”  


The Emuna Garden  
  The Emuna Garden  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 1/27/2010, 14:58
 
Rabbi Nachman teaches that before one starts to do hitbodedut, and to make a real accounting of his actions, he can think that there’s nothing much to fix.  


Sheer simplicity  
  Sheer simplicity  
 
By Rivka Levy
Publish date: 1/12/2010, 17:22
 
When people want to use their brains, instead of simply doing what Hashem wants, they are really saying: “If it doesn’t make sense to me, it can’t be right...”  


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