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Our sages teach that the month of Elul is an opportune time to get close to Hashem, for in Elul, the King is in the field, whereas in Tishri, He is sitting on His throne in the palace, where few have access to Him…
 

 
By: Rabbi Lazer Brody
Date of recording: 9/7/2016
Location: Shmuel Hanavi 13, Jerusalem, Israel
Duration: 00:46:58
Copyright: Breslev Israel
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