Chaim Kramer explores the concepts of the Sabbatical year (Shemita); Jubilee (Yovel); and the…
Chaim Kramer explains the connections between counting, the number 7, the 8th day, eating properly, how we use our time, and the Torah portion from a deep Breslov perspective, as he discusses this week’s Torah portion of Shemini. During Sefiras HaOmer, Counting the Omer, we are reminded that we must remember that every day counts. Everything we see, hear and experience is a message to us.
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In his mercy, Hashem sent this day called Lag B’Omer on the thirty third day of the Omer counting as a relief from the intense dinim (judgments) of the time between Pesach and Shavuot, Sefirat HaOmer. On this day we celebrate the revelation of the Zohar by Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai as well.
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Without Reb Noson’s explication of Likutey Moharan, much of Rebbe Nachman’s deeper meaning would be obscured, perhaps most of all for the more complex lessons. Lesson 66 is one of those lessons whose riches might have remained hidden without Reb Noson’s Likutey Halachot.
Last semester, Reb Meir Elkabas taught Lesson 66; this semester, he’ll shift directly to Reb Noson’s vibrant exploration of many aspects upon aspects of this Torah. Join Jerusalem-based teacher, Reb Meir, for a class that will alter your perceptions and open the door to your bond with the true Tzaddikim, and help you prepare, day by day, to receive the Torah.
Series: Living the Life of a Breslover Chassid with Likutey Halachot
The Series: Reb Noson, Rebbe Nachman’s leading student and scribe, tells us that the depth and breadth of Rebbe Nachman’s unique teachings show us how improve ourselves and get closer to Hashem. In his singular work, Likutey Halachot, Reb Noson extrapolates from Rebbe Nachman’s works to uncover rich insights into the Shulchan Aruch (the Code of Jewish Law), a text that is often misperceived as dry, dusty, or irrelevant. Likutey Halachot is bursting with inspirational explications of halacha (Jewish law), via the light of Breslov Chassidut, scripture, and the Kabbalastic masters.