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The Most Beautiful Revelation  
  The Most Beautiful Revelation  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 2/2/2008, 23:31
 
Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody - We wouldn't want to pour a thirty year-old Chateau de Rothschild Cabernet wine in a broken or dirty glass, for the wine would either spill...  


Rav Kook and Rebbe Nachman  
  Rav Kook and Rebbe Nachman  
 
By Yaacov Dovid Shulman
Publish date: 2/2/2008, 23:37
 
Rabbi Kook was deeply drawn to the teachings of Rabbi Nachman. People who knew him testified that he learned Rabbi Nachman’s teachings intensively and viewed them as among the...  


Rebbe Nachman on Learning Torah  
  Rebbe Nachman on Learning Torah  
 
By Yaacov Dovid Shulman
Publish date: 1/29/2008, 17:14
 
Rebbe Natan’s classic Discourse 76 from “Sichot HaRan”, where Rebbe Nachman teaches the efficient way to learn...  


Remembering the Fish and the Watermelon  
  Remembering the Fish and the Watermelon  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 1/29/2008, 17:31
 
Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody - There is no reality of "bad"; one's outlook on a scale from good to bad depends on the level of one's emuna. The more the emuna, the happier...  


No Reason for Despair  
  No Reason for Despair  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 1/28/2008, 21:48
 
Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody - the search for emuna arouses unlimited Divine mercy, mitigating all severe judgments and turning them into mercy. Mercy is a Divine...  


No Punishment in the World at All  
  No Punishment in the World at All  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 5/19/2008, 15:35
 
Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody - The concealment is not a vindictive punishment from Hashem, but the result of the sinner’s own misdeed. Therefore, there's no room for...  


The Ten Journeys of the Shechinah  
  The Ten Journeys of the Shechinah  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 5/19/2008, 15:28
 
Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody - The ramification of the Shechinah's disappearance is the loss of emuna, as we see in the Arizal's explanation of the Holy Temple's...  


Rebbe Nachman on Faith  
  Rebbe Nachman on Faith  
 
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 12/30/2007, 00:41
 
This is a delightful treasury of the memorable expressions and metaphors that Rebbe Nachman of Breslev used to describe himself. “I am a river that cleanses from all stains…”  


Fighting for the Truth  
  Fighting for the Truth  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 12/30/2007, 00:32
 
Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody - Once Adam sinned, he caused a concealment of emuna; for that reason, every subsequent generation and every person must wage a big war to live...  


The Divine Intellect  
  The Divine Intellect  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Rebbe Nachman said: “The Divine Intellect that is in all things will enlighten him…because the sechel is a great light that can illuminate all one’s ways.”  


In the Desert of Despair  
  In the Desert of Despair  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Trekking in the desert of despair dulls all the senses, causing confusion and more depression…  


What is True Courage?  
  What is True Courage?  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Someone with a strong heart does not fear anyone or anything.He can overcome obstacles and throw himself into the wildest...  


The Tale of the Lost Princess  
  The Tale of the Lost Princess  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
By Rebbe Nachman of Breslev - B'gan HaGa'aguim, known in English as The Garden of Yearning, is an amazing interpretation of Rebbe Nachman's tale, "The Lost Princess."  


Thoughts of Repentance  
  Thoughts of Repentance  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody - As long as we maintain the desire for repentance, or teshuva, Hashem continues to regard us as righteous individuals...  


Spiritual Growth  
  Spiritual Growth  
 
By Rabbi Shalom Arush
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
Translated by Rabbi Lazer Brody - The number seven is malchut, or in other words, the characteristic of emuna. Emuna perfects everything, for we learn...  


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