ASK A BRESLOVER

Question 1:
I made Aliyah a few months ago and I recently heard that Rabbi Kramer gives a shiur in Yerushalayim. I would like to find out where and when this shiur is. I appreciate your help. Thank you.

Answer:
Shiur is given on Tuesdays at 2:00 PM at Avinadav 8 (Jerusalem) in Breslov Research’s office. But not for a few weeks as Chaim Kramer is traveling until November 4.

Question 2:
I have heard recordings of Yedid Nefesh sung in the Breslov Tradition. I am wondering if this music has been printed and, if so, how to get it.
Thank you.

Answer:
To the best of my knowledge the only sheet music that has been written was by Breslov Research Institute. You can see our selections here: http://www.breslov.org/bookstore/sheet-music/cat_12.html, however we did not get as far as Shalosh Seudot (when Yedid Nefesh is sung.) We do sell recordings of the Shabbat Zemirot on our online bookstore www.breslov.org/bookstore/.

Question 3:
Can an Onein (this refers to the halachic status of a person before his direct relative who has died is buried, generally he is exempt from POSITIVE commandments) make hisbotadut?
Answer:
He’s allowed to; he’s allowed to talk to people, eat/drink;
So if he feels a need/desire to talk to Hashem, why not? It’s not obligatory and he’s not being machmir (stringent) on himself to do something he’s patur (absolved) from (like tefilin)

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