“The Architect of the world never does the same thing twice. Every day is an entirely new creation” – Reb Noson of Breslov People like to say, “Today is a new day.” There’s an incredible amount of wisdom in that expression. That’s because we have a tendency to view time as one complete unit, and [...]
Together, explore how the light of Rebbe Nachman’s lesson Azamra–on discovering the good points within yourself and others–illuminates the order of the Seder, from Kadesh until Nirtzah FOR WOMEN ONLY! Date: Sunday, April 10th
Brought to you by BreslovCampus.org Workshop #1 Together, explore how the light of Rebbe Nachman's lesson Azamra--on discovering the good points within yourself and others--illuminates the order of the Seder, from Kadesh until Nirtzah Date: Sunday, April 10th Live Workshop 2: Azamra and the Seder Plate for Women With Yehudis Golshevsky Together, through Rebbe Nachman's and Reb [...]
Rebbe Nachman of Breslov tells us: Never give up! But sometimes, the Amelek that dwells within pushes us to the brink. “Life’s just too hard,” we tell ourselves. The Purim story is an object-lesson in overcoming our inner-Amalek, that voice of sluggishness, doubt, and fear. Queen Esther overcame Haman, Amalek’s descendant, and you can too. [...]
Mazel Tov! We have now published the second to final volume of the English/Hebrew Series of Likutey Tefilot (the Fiftieth Gate) Vol. 6. Likutey Tefilot is an incredible compilation of Breslov prayers that address every occasion and need.These prayers are so precious and heartfelt that Reb Noson once remarked, "Many People merited entering Gan Eden because of these prayers." [...]
Born in Cuba, Nestor (Nachum) Gorﬁnkel is now a lawyer in Miami, Florida. He is married to Maria (Miriam) and has two children, Luis (Eliyahu) and Hannah. Nestor’s family fled Cuba to the United States about three years after Castro came into power. His father had survived the war years in Siberia and in the [...]
I was raised in a religious home, but by the time I graduated high school, I was completely uninterested in religion. When my parents bribed me to spend the summer in Israel on a religious study tour, I thought, How bad could it be? I planned to show my face at the study sessions and [...]
Update: Almost 100 people dialed into our first national teleconference. We received a great number of questions as well. We are happy to present the recording and Q&A to you. Please stay tuned for future teleconferences. The topic was: "Rebbe Nachman is relevant and essential in our lives today."
You have the ability to connect with and build on your own inner holiness. Take your holiness with you as you journey through life.
In Azamra, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov shows us how to elevate and transform ourselves and others.
Chametz is forbidden on Passover. Why is it allowed the rest of the year? The answer, according to Breslov thought. (Hint: It’s about Joy).
I no longer am fearful, but eager to embrace Passover preparations now that I know joy is an essential part of the holiday, and stress is not.
Q: I'm seeking to find my way and hope you may be able to point me in the right direction. Brief background: I'm about to turn 68, retired, and became a Baal Teshuvah 14 yrs ago. Being a late starter in Orthodoxy and watching life's clock seemingly speeding up more and more every day, in [...]
There was a castle made of water. It had ten walls, one inside the other, all made of water. The floors inside the castle were also made of water. This castle also had trees and fruit, all made of water.
To find joy is the hardest thing of all. It is harder than all other spiritual tasks...Put all your energy into being happy. — Rebbe Nachman of Breslov The Rebbe tells us that, if need be, we should force ourselves to be happy. Of course, this advice is not politically correct. From today's psychological viewpoint, forcing yourself [...]
The Rebbe told his followers how he had worked on overcoming his negative traits. When he was young he had a hot temper, and became angry at the “slightest provocation.” But he yearned to be a good and kind person, as God also desires each of us to be. “So the Rebbe began working on [...]