We are very proud to announce our new twice weekly email service called “Narrow Bridge.org”

These emails will include small doses of Rebbe Nachman’s wisdom to help us get through the week in a more spiritual way. It is our privilege to have Rebbetzin Yehudis Golshevsky as the writer for the project.

If you would like to subscribe you can do such by clicking here.

Here is a short bio about the author.

Mrs. Yehudis Golshevsky is a graduate of Yavne Teacher’s Seminary in Cleveland and SUNY Buffalo. She is a Breslov Chassidiste who lives with her very patient and forgiving family in Jerusalem and has taught Breslov Chassidus (and many other subjects) and worked in Torah publishing for nearly twenty years. Recent projects include the new Holocaust history textbook, “Witness to History;” Erez Moshe Doron’s commentary on The Exchanged Children; content and curricula for Project Derech of Toronto; editing of the stories for Daf Digest and Mishnah Berurah Digest; and editing of the weekly translations of Rav Itche Meir Morgenstern’s shiurim for Toras Chochom. In her spare time, she does battle with foreign bureaucracy and general pin-headedness in Ukraine so that she can have the privilege of bringing other women to Uman and other kivrei tzaddikim. She also likes to joke around—just ask her students.

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  1. Yessssssss !! Pleeeeaaaaasssse subscribe me, I would love to get these inspirational emails. I have no contact with any Jewish women, not to mention Breslov women. I am guided and get advice from a Rebbe who is very far away and I live rural on a farm and far from a shul. gasp. Yes, tis, true, I am a senior citizen living in USA and I need to know other women. I want to be converted and I dress frum (old fashioned, not modern styles), this is a lonely trip to conversion to Chassidism without any women to share with. I have many of Rebbe Nachmans books, and siddur which I keep each Shabbos, Holy Days, Festivals and so on. All alone I may add. Right now I’m listening to the new Breslov CD “B’Moitso’ei Yoim M’nuchoh”, it is beautiful music and I love to hear the children singing along. So sweet. Ok, please send me these wonderful emails and encouragements. Thank you so much, Shalom to all,
    Ms Sandi on the farm in Kentucky USA where I can pray hitbodedut all alone….. with no distractions. yay.

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