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Good vs. Evil
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Rebbe Nachman of Breslov teaches us to find the good points in every person, but what about someone who is doing tremendous evil? Meir Elkabas explains a finer point in Rebbe Nachman’s famous lesson, Azamra, in Likutey Moharan.
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Series: Rebbe Nachman’s Stories with Yehudis Golshevsky
For women only.
What’s the secret to a joyous life? “Ah, prustak!” said the Rebbe. “Ah, simplicity!”
This seven-part class will focus on one of the most beloved of Rebbe Nachman’s 13 major stories, The Sophisticate and The Simpleton, the story of two friends. The sophisticate travels the world, acquiring tremendous amounts of philosophical and scientific knowledge. The simpleton stays home and becomes a mediocre shoemaker. In the end their paths meet and the surprising conclusion offers us insights into the meaning of success and happiness.
Why do we mourn during The Three Weeks? Because we are not able to fully return to and live in our Holy Land. Chaim Kramer gives us Breslov insights into the weekly Torah portion into the inheritance of the Land of Israel, taking vows, honesty and integrity, zealotry, purity vs. impurity, the midrash on King Achav and Jezebel, speaking kind words, and more.
The Torah Portion of Pinchas offers us a lesson in honesty, bravery and how to do the right thing, with no thought of reward.
Chaim Kramer offers us a powerful discussion of the Three Weeks and the destruction of the Beit Hamikdash, the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.