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Lech Lecha: Living a Life of Purpose

Harav Cohen discusses how we can come close to Hashem. How do we deal with spiritual difficulties and setbacks? How do we maintain our focus on coming close to Hashem when that goes against the tide of popular opinion?

By: Rabbi Ralph Cohen
Date of recording: 10/23/2019
Duration: 00:08:35
Copyright: Breslev Israel
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