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Chaim Kramer discusses the weekly Torah portion, Parshat Beha’alotcha. The deeper meaning of lighting the 7 candle-menorah in the sanctuary as revealed by Rebbe Nachman in Likutey Moharan, Lesson 21. Each person has his or her own menorah, with 7 candles of the head: The 2 eyes, the 2 ears, the 2 nostrils, and the mouth. Reb Chaim gives a pithy overview of how we each should light our own, personal menorah.
Reb Chaim continues with the parsha’s discussion of the tribe of Levi, how to correct your past, return to Hashem, and more.
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The Lost Princess shows us each of us an individual makes a unique, essential contribution towards bringing the world to its tikkun (rectification).
Series: Self-Discovery through the Tales of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov
Time: Sunday, 12:00 PM EST – 7:00 PM Israel Time
Date: Oct. 25 – Dec. 20 (6 weeks)
Level: All Levels, Beginners especially welcome
Text: Rabbi Nachman’s Stories: The Lost Princess
Rebbe Nachman’s stories are among the most well-known in Jewish literature. In his tale, The Lost Princess, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov illustrates the idea of spiritual growth as a journey, an ongoing process in which we are encouraged to honor each step we take. The Lost Princess shows us each of us an individual makes a unique, essential contribution towards bringing the world to its tikkun(rectification).
Tanchum Burton will give a reading of this engaging tale, offering an abundance of Chassidic, psychological, and spiritual insights through a mixture of lecture and vibrant classroom discussion.