Wealth is something that most people spend their days dreaming about. But how does…
How come sometimes no matter what we do, we just aren’t making as much money as we need? Meir Elkabas explains.
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In this week’s Torah portion, the Torah discusses civil law. Rabbi Chaim Kramer discusses the parsha based on the Chassidut of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. Reb Chaim discusses the deeper psychological, spiritual, and physical ramifications of being honest and the damage that is done by lying. He discusses the laws of being kind to widows, orphans and anyone who is downtrodden. Reb Chaim also discusses other laws, including the law of damages.
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The Turkey Prince, one of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov’s most well-known stories, contains deep secrets cloaked in a deceptively simple tale. In this spiritual yet intellectually provocative course, Breslov Research Institute author Yitzchok Bell will reveal some of The Turkey Prince’s hidden meanings and discuss how they pertain to each of us. At the beginning of the course students will be invited to read this iconic tale, and share what it means to them.
Series: Self-Discovery through the Tales of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov
Text: The Turkey Prince
Some topics include:
Living under the Table (The Human Dilemma)
The Source of Doubts and Confusion
Rediscovering the Glory
The Plight of the ‘Enlightened’
Faith as True Awareness
Anxiety vs. Simplicity
A Settled Mind
Connecting to Joy