14 Sivan 5779 / Monday, June 17, 2019 | Torah Reading: Shelach Lecho
 
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  Wow! What a story!
 
I got goosebumps and shivers when I read the bit about the Russian Rabbi. Wow! Scary. Yes, once you go to Uman you feel there's someone on your side. You feel that you've made that unbreakable bond with the Tzaddik, he knows who you are and you can call him at any time. It shows there is hope for everyone and prayers work no matter how far-fetched. Keep writing, you write good stuff!
 
Esther7/26/2010 3:59:38 PM
 
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  wow, amen and hallelujah!!!!
 
I am overawed by the power of this story. Thank you so much for such an incredible and tangible example of how Rabbi Nachman really is alive and involved. It is also a wonderful example of the power of prayer (yours). With Hashem's help (and Rabbenus, of course) may you soon be joined by your Breslever brother in Isarel, AMEN!
 
yehudit6/16/2010 10:23:54 AM
 
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