From nothingness comes a revelation of the greatest knowledge. One Shabbat, the concept of an extraordinary Tzaddik who pushes everything aside and makes himself empty like he knows nothing, leads to an incredible revelation.There is no such thing as despair. Meir Elkabas gives us a very great lesson from Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.
Chaim Kramer explains the weekly Torah portion, Re’eh, via the light of Breslov Chassidut. Topics include blessings and curses, channels of wealth and bounty, charity and poverty, positive thinking, and more. Let us know if you enjoy this video by “liking” it on YouTube and our website, BreslovCampus.org.
It’s never been easy for women to let their husbands go to Uman for Rosh Hashana. So why do married women let their husband’s go, even helping by packing kosher food and warm clothing for the journey? And what about a single woman? Meir Elkabas gives spiritual answers to difficult questions.
Consolation is the theme of the seven haftorahs between Tisha B’av and Rosh Hashana. Parshat Eikev is filled with Hashem, God’s, love for the Jewish people. Rebbe Nachman explains that if you will (joyfully) guard the mitzvot that don’t seem so important to you, God will help you guard your morality so that you never transgress the more difficult mitzvot. Enjoy this uplifting, joyful video with Rabbi Chaim Kramer.
In the Torah portion of the week, V’etchanan, Moses prays 515 prayers because he wanted to get into the Holy Land of Israel. Even if we’re not focused in our prayers, we must still pray to Hashem, because the time will come your prayer will open up and you will feel close to Hashem.