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This week on BreslovCampus, Meir Elkabas discusses the Torah portion, Parshat Vaeira, with insights from Rebbe Nachman of Breslov and Reb Noson. In this parsha, we learn that Hashem sends seven of the ten plagues into Egypt, but Pharoah is just not going to listen. So too in life, people just get used to difficult situations and don’t listen. What’s needed for real change? Keep on praying!
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Meir Elkabas discusses this week’s Torah parsha, Parshat Vaeira. Moshe Rebbeinu did the right thing yet struggled again and again. He needed to harness the powers of his emunah, faith, in order to accept and move forward. In our own lives, we too have to have emunah as we face the hard tests each of us goes through.
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In this week’s Torah portion, Chaim Kramer explains: “The path a person wants to walk upon is the path on which he’ll be led.” The Jewish nation was hated by Balak and Bilaam. We learn of their attempts to destroy the Jewish people as well as the power of free will and choice. Like this video? Then please LIKE, SHARE, and SUBSCRIBE!
Chaim Kramer explains the weekly Torah portion, Yitro, in the light of Breslov Chassidut. Chaim explains the lesson about Yitro, who was a great priest of idolatry, who helped Moses, his son-in-law and gave him good advice. This teaches that no matter who we are, we’re accepted by God. No matter how low you feel, you have great potential and wonderful things to offer. We learn about the good deeds even the tyrant Nebuchadnezzar made towards God! Yitro also teaches us to have self-knowledge (we should know our strengths and weaknesses), and much more. Make yourself holy!
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