Rebbe Nachman’s book Sichos HaRan begins by explaining the verse “For I know that…
King David mourned the death of his son Avshalom (Absalom) by saying his name 8 times, elevating his neshama each time. This shows us the power of a Tzaddik. The Tzaddikim can give us a boost by helping us tap into the power of Hashem’s compassion. Based on Likutey Moharan 13.
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Meir Elkabas gives a short inspiring talk on Rebbe Nachman’s contention that olden times were NOT better, things get better all the time. But what do we do when things are difficult? How do we cope with our struggles? What should we do to gain hope? How can we be satisfied when we lack? How can we be happy?
Based on the teachings in Rabbi Nachman’s Wisdom, available at books.breslov.org.
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.