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Think back in time to when you were a child—when wonder, curiosity and joy were a part of every day. When we were very young, before the hustle and bustle of life took over, we didn’t doubt that we came from a wondrous place—the world above. Yet, as we lived our lives, a great sleep took over and we forgot who we really are. It’s time to remember again, to awaken from our long slumber, and begin the process of leaving our personal exile. In Remember Who You Really Are, Dovid Mark will use Breslov texts to help each student experience Rebbe Nachman’s goal of helping us remember who we really are.

  • Topics include:
  • Awakening
  • Remembering
  • Our purpose in the world
  • Letting go
  • And more…

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Course Audio/Video Archive

Time:

Tuesday, 10 AM EST; 5 PM Israel Time (30 Minutes)

Date:

Tuesdays, January 22 through March 12

Level:

Everyone Welcome

Instructor:

Dovid Mark

Text:

Various including: Likutey Moharan, Lesson 54, Likutey Moharan Tinyana 119 etc.; Otzar Hayira (Zikaron); Rabbi Nachman’s Stories (The Lost Princess and The Exchanged Children); and more.

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Author

David Mark or "Reb Dovid" as many call him is a prolific writer and informal educator, focusing on the merger of Chassidic thought and the Land of Israel. He received his rabbinic ordination from Rabbi Brovender and Rabbi Nechemia Goldberg. He is currently one of the writers and editors at Breslov Research Institute. He teaches Breslov Chassidus in the American program in the Hesder Yeshiva of Otniel as well as in various settings in Jerusalem and the wider Judea and Samaria area.

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