Pathways Yom Kippur
Oct10

Pathways Yom Kippur

"Pathways" is a weekly Torah publication exploring the festivals and parsha, published by BRI. To receive "Pathways" delivered straight to your email box, simply use the sign-up form on the right column of breslov.org. Download (PDF, 1.32MB)

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Sadness That Leads To Joy
Aug10

Sadness That Leads To Joy

Tisha B’Av is often called the saddest day of the Jewish year. It commemorates so many tragedies, including the destruction of both Holy Temples, the Spanish Inquisition and European pogroms. On Tisha B’Av, we sit on the floor and weep as we remember everything that was lost, and recite many special prayers that bring us [...]

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Free “Shavuot With Rebbe Nachman” Booklet
Jun08

Free “Shavuot With Rebbe Nachman” Booklet

BRI is proud to present a FREE Shavuot study guide. The booklet contains almost 200 pages of  Breslov Torah and prayers. We hope that the booklet enhances your Simchat Yom Tov. Download (PDF, 3.5MB) Wishing you a Chag Sameach, from your friends at BRI.  

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Lag B’Omer With Rebbe Nachman – FREE
May23

Lag B’Omer With Rebbe Nachman – FREE

The booklet called: "Lag B'Omer with Rebbe Nachman of Breslov" contains Rebbe Nachman's prologue to Likutey Moharan called "L'chu Chazu" which deals with the uniqueness and connection between  Rabbis Shimon Bar Yochai and Rebbe Nachman, as well as the special prayer written by Rebbe Nosson to be said especially on Lag B'Omer. We hope that you gain [...]

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The Greatest Miracle
Mar17

The Greatest Miracle

Purim is the greatest Jewish holiday! How do I know? The Kabbalah says that Yom Kippur, or as it’s sometimes spelled out in full, Yom HaKiPURIM can be read as “the day that is like Purim” (Tikkuney Zohar #57b) The Midrash explains, “Even though all other holidays will be annulled in the future with the [...]

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Free Booklet: R’ Nachman & The 9 Days (And 3 Weeks)
Jun21

Free Booklet: R’ Nachman & The 9 Days (And 3 Weeks)

We present the following free booklet, which includes Rebbe Nachman's teachings and Breslover prayers relating to the 9 days and three weeks. Download (PDF, 1.97MB)

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Food For Thought
Apr02

Food For Thought

HaLakhma Anya – This is the bread of affliction that our fathers ate in the land of Egypt. All who are hungry, come and eat! All who are in need, come and join in celebrating Pesach! This year we are here, next year we will be in the land of Israel! This year we are [...]

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Personalize Your Passover & Prepare For Joy
Apr01

Personalize Your Passover & Prepare For Joy

There is an amazing concept in Judaism, one which radically contradicts the beliefs of much of the world. That is, when a person performs a mitzva simply because it is commanded by God, the merit is greater than for one who performs a mitzva out of other motives, instead—even out of the kindness of one's heart. Ideally, we [...]

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Let Pesach Set You Free
Mar26

Let Pesach Set You Free

Of all the Jewish holidays, Pesach resonates especially well in America and other democratic societies. These societies can identify with the Jewish people in Egypt, enslaved and oppressed by a dominant race, who overcame their persecutors to live as a free nation. President Obama himself expressed this sentiment a few years ago during his weekly [...]

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Pathways:  Vayakhel-Pekudei
Mar12

Pathways: Vayakhel-Pekudei

"Pathways" is a weekly Torah publication exploring the festivals and parsha, published by BRI. To receive "Pathways" delivered straight to your email box, simply use the sign-up form on the right column of breslov.org. Download (PDF, 1.27MB)

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Pathways: Purim
Mar04

Pathways: Purim

"Pathways" is a weekly Torah publication exploring the festivals and parsha, published by BRI. To receive "Pathways" delivered straight to your email box, simply use the sign-up form on the right column of breslov.org. Download (PDF, 1.19MB)

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Pathways: Tetzaveh & Purim
Feb26

Pathways: Tetzaveh & Purim

"Pathways" is a weekly Torah publication exploring the festivals and parsha, published by BRI. To receive "Pathways" delivered straight to your email box, simply use the sign-up form on the right column of breslov.org. Download (PDF, 1.33MB)

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The Blessings Of Tu B’Shevat
Feb03

The Blessings Of Tu B’Shevat

The Talmud (Taanis 8b) instructs us that when a person enters the barn to measure the new grain crop he should say the blessing: May it be Your will Lord our God, that You send blessing on the work of our hands. Then he begins to measure and says: Blessed be He who sends blessing into this pile of grain. But if [...]

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Shining A Light
Jan01

Shining A Light

The tenth day of Teves is a public fast commemorating the passing of Ezra the scribe, the siege of the walls of Jerusalen and the translation of the Torah into Greek. It is also the day that Reb Nosson of Breslov passed away. Rebbe Nachman explained that a fast has the power to transform spiritual [...]

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The Light of Gratitude
Dec24

The Light of Gratitude

The final days of Chanukah always fall out during the beginning of the month of Tevet. The last day is known as Zot Chanukah, “this is Chanukah,” since it is the culmination of the many rectifications of this precious holiday. The Oneg Shabbat explains that by the final day of Chanukah we have lit the [...]

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Nothing Is By Chance
Dec24

Nothing Is By Chance

It is customary on Chanukah to play dreidel. A dreidel is a kind of top with four sides that has different Hebrew letters inscribed on each side. The four letters are nun, gimel, hei and shin. This is an acronym for “nes gadol hayah sham”—“A great miracle occurred there.” This alludes to the miracle of [...]

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