Shabbat HaGadol Pesach Companion
Apr07

Shabbat HaGadol Pesach Companion

Enjoy this week's special publication in preparation for Pesach. The Breslov Pesach Companion  PRINT | DOWNLOAD

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Right On Time – True Trust In God
Mar23

Right On Time – True Trust In God

Reb Nachman Tulchiner would recall the greatness of Reb Noson and how even while he was extremely poor, one could see no difference in his facial expression even after he finally received some money. However, after he prayed, the difference was obvious. One could see a different face!  Once, two days before Pesach, Reb Noson’s [...]

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Right On Time – True Trust In God
Mar16

Right On Time – True Trust In God

The Pesach season is a very expensive time in Jewish life. From new Yom Tov clothing to special Pesach foods, things can get very costly. In light of this, Reb Noson’s students asked a merchant who was traveling to market day in Breslov to bring Reb Noson money they had collected on his behalf. This [...]

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Who Owes Who?
Feb05

Who Owes Who?

There’s an interesting dialogue in our parashah between God and Moshe. God implores Moshe, “Please, speak into the ears of the people, and let them borrow [from the Egyptians], each man from his friend and each woman from her friend, silver and gold vessels” (Exodus 11:2). Why did He need to beseech Moshe? After all, [...]

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Pathways: Pesach
Apr21

Pathways: Pesach

"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, 1.29MB)

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Impressions of Seder Night
Apr14

Impressions of Seder Night

  Once Reb Shimon learned an important lesson about the power of simple prayer from his Rebbe. When his young son fell dangerously ill, Reb Shimon ran to the Rebbe, begging him to pray for the boy’s recovery. But Rebbe Nachman didn’t answer…he just stood there, silent. Reb Shimon returned home to attend to his [...]

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One Day at a Time
Apr14

One Day at a Time

“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 [...]

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Live Workshop: Azamra & The Order Of The Seder W/ Yehudis Golshevsky
Apr11

Live Workshop: Azamra & The Order Of The Seder W/ Yehudis Golshevsky

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

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Pesach Prep With Chaim Kramer
Apr10

Pesach Prep With Chaim Kramer

Pesach is related to speech. Passover is the opening up the lines of communication between the Children of Yisrael and God. We can embrace the freedom to talk to Hashem and open your heart to Him. Prayer.

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Pesach For Women With Yehudis Golshevski
Apr06

Pesach For Women With Yehudis Golshevski

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 [...]

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Learning To Walk
Jun15

Learning To Walk

A Sacred Time Sivan #3 The Sefer Yetzirah explains that month of Nissan parallels the right leg while Sivan is the analogue of the left. The Kabbalists explain that mobility requires two legs or some effective substitute—can a person get around on only one leg? But surely the Kabbalists are speaking about something deeper than [...]

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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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Are You Ready For Pesach? Tuesday – Live W/ R’ Elchonon Tauber
Mar24

Are You Ready For Pesach? Tuesday – Live W/ R’ Elchonon Tauber

Tuesday, March 24th, 6 PM PST - 9 PM EST Join Rav Elchonon Tauber in learning the practical laws of cleaning the house from chometz, as well as the spiritual advice hidden behind this time-honored tradition.   Why do we have to work so hard? What do we gain? Find these answers and much more... [...]

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Save Me!
Feb15

Save Me!

Shevat V Shevat is the second to last month of the year, since we count the months from Nissan. As the year’s end approaches it’s time for me to take a personal inventory, just like I do in Elul, in advance of the new year that begins in Tishrei. Pesach is on the way, the [...]

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