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Traveling to Tzaddikim for Rosh Hashanah
Meir Elkabas explains the power of attaching yourself to the Tzaddik and the importance of traveling to Uman on Rosh Hashana, according to insights from Reb Noson of Breslov, Rebbe Nachman’s leading student and scribe.
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For some, the idea of the Tzaddik can be challenging to understand. But the concept of the Tzaddik, a righteous individual and the shepherd of the Jewish people, is one that is rooted in Torah Judaism, perhaps most recognizably in the beloved figure of Moses, our humble but great leader and teacher.
Rebbe Nachman of Breslov understood and emphasized the importance of connecting to the Tzaddikim of the generation, the special individuals who are able to elevate each prayer to its proper place.
It’s never been easy for women to let their husbands go to Uman for Rosh Hashana. So why do married women let their husband’s go, even helping by packing kosher food and warm clothing for the journey? And what about a single woman? Meir Elkabas gives spiritual answers to difficult questions.
On Rebbe Nachman’s last Rosh Hashana before he died, he said nothing is greater than being by him on Rosh Hashana. Reb Noson tells us what the Rebbe really meant.
Are you planning your Uman Rosh Hashana yet? Be sure to contact the Breslov Research Institute for information about our Rosh Hashana program. info @ breslov.org
The Rebbe teaches us in Likutei Moharan I: 211: The reason behind traveling to…