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The Greatest Wisdom  
  The Greatest Wisdom  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Update date: 4/28/2019, 14:51
Even if a person possesses true wisdom, he must nevertheless cast aside all wisdom and sophistication and serve God with complete innocence and simplicity…  


The Life of Rebbe Nachman  
  The Life of Rebbe Nachman  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Update date: 10/7/2017, 22:02
Sunday, the 18th of Tishrei 5778 (October 8, 2017) marks the 207th anniversary (yarhtzeit) of Rebbe Nachman’s departure from the spiritual world. Who was this magnificent tzaddik?  


Rebbe Nachman on Chanuka  
  Rebbe Nachman on Chanuka  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Update date: 12/24/2016, 23:04
Through the mitzvah of kindling the lights of Chanukah we acknowledge the glory of God. His glory is exalted and magnified in the world. Those who were distant from Him...  


The Faith of our Fathers  
  The Faith of our Fathers  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Update date: 6/28/2015, 00:15
Rebbe Nachman teaches us to cast philosophy aside and pay no attention to doubts or questions: all we need is pure faith in God and the true Tzaddikim.  


KAPTZIN PASHA  
  KAPTZIN PASHA  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Update date: 3/21/2015, 22:33
Rebbe Nachman’s classic story about the jealous Turkish Pasha that tried to sabotage the Sultan’s Jewish Minister teaches that whatever one does has a boomerang effect…  


The Empty Void  
  The Empty Void  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 5/21/2011, 22:00
In Torah 64 of Likutei Moharan, Rebbe Nachman elaborates on the creation of the world according to Kabbala and addresses philosophy, atheism, and simple emuna.  


The Pain Response  
  The Pain Response  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 11/8/2010, 17:25
When suffering, if a person would just look at Hashem’s purpose – he wouldn’t experience any suffering at all. By realizing the purpose of this suffering, one is filled with joy…  


Rebbe Nachman on Patience  
  Rebbe Nachman on Patience  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 10/23/2010, 19:36
Even in times of trouble, whatever God sends, He sends in such a way that the trouble itself contains the salvation. Keep your eyes open for God's love and mercy!  


The Seven Lamps  
  The Seven Lamps  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 9/13/2010, 21:12
Sanctifying the seven "lamps" of the head can bring you to complete spiritual understanding and awareness. Your heart will then burn with passion for God…  


The Narrow Bridge  
  The Narrow Bridge  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 11/3/2009, 16:02
This is Rebbe Nachman’s classic teaching about courage in the service of Hashem. Don’t be discouraged ever – determination will take you where you want to go…  


Rebbe Nachman on Music  
  Rebbe Nachman on Music  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 8/8/2009, 22:57
Rebbe Nachman says that a musician playing aninstrument must gather the good spirit – the spirit of prophecy – and separate it from the sad, depressed spirit…  


Limbs and Lights  
  Limbs and Lights  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 2/21/2009, 22:30
The spirit enters into the limbs and body parts, sending forth the radiation through the parts of the face that are related to those bodily limbs and organs.  


The Lights of Four Names  
  The Lights of Four Names  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 2/14/2009, 22:41
The Divinite lights that emanate from the respective branches of Adam Kadmon, though initially far from one another, steadily come together and reveal a likeness of man.  


Song of Delight  
  Song of Delight  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 2/7/2009, 21:03
Rebbe Nachman’s classic sonnet has delighted the hearts of Breslevers for over 200 years. The Rebbe speaks in praise of Moses, the Torah, and all of Hashem’s creation.  


The Likeness of Man  
  The Likeness of Man  
By Rabbi Avraham Greenbaum
Publish date: 2/1/2009, 00:02
The Divinite lights that emanate from the respective branches of Adam Kadmon, though initially far from one another, steadily come together and reveal a likeness of man.  


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