26 Kislev 5782 / Tuesday, November 30, 2021 | Torah Reading: Mikeitz
 
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Author   Keren Chasidei Breslev


Despair is not only meaningless, but it can lead to an even lower fall. But how can a person escape despair when he realizes the seriousness of these moral crimes?
 
Repentance always helps, and most importantly, do not repeat your evil deeds. Rabbi Nachman teaches that a person can completely correct the sin of breaking the covenant if, after repenting, he immerses in a mikvah and reads the following Psalms (in order): 16, 32, 41,42, 59, 77, 90, 105 , 137, 150. After that, a person should continue to strive for excellence, without worrying about what happened.


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