There is never a situation of a battle being completely lost; there is always…
Jacob and Esau
This week on BreslovCampus, Meir Elkabas discusses the Torah portion, Parshat Toldot with insights from Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. The purpose of everything in our lives is to find the connection of everything with Hashem. For example, when a person goes out to work/business, there are many temptations to gain money and his main focus can be on this world. However, if he can focuses on the ultimate purpose, he can connect to Hashem. This focus is the difference between Yaakov (Jacob) and Esav (Esau.)
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Chaim Kramer discusses this week’s Torah portion Toldot, which focuses on the spiritual and material conflict between Jacob and Esau, beginning before they were even born, through the selling of the birthright for a bowl of lentil soup, and continuing today. Reb Chaim shows the connection between Rebbe Nachman’s story, The Exchanged Children, and the ongoing battle between Yakov and Esav, both the external battle and the internal battle, that of body and soul.
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