Chai Tishrei, 2nd day Chol Hamoed Sukkot–Rebbe Nachman’s hillulah. A day of simcha, learning, singing, dancing to celebrate the life of Rebbe Nachman whose teachings has changed so many lives.
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Wishing you a sweet new year.
Chaya Rivka Zwolinski discusses some of Rebbe Nachman’s and Reb Noson’s insights into the High Holy Days and how you can make this year your personal best. There’ll be time for class discussion—bring your questions about the Tzadik, Uman Rosh Hashana, and topics related to the all the Yomim Tovim.
Topics include: Starting Over (Again—It’s the Jewish Way) Simcha Being with the Tzaddik—Even When You’re Staying Home Yishuv HaDaas (Calmness and Clarity) Teshuva, Tefilla, Tzedakah (Averting an Evil Decree) And more
What is the deeper meaning of chametz? What is exile? How can counting the omer change our perspective? Why was Rebbe Nachman able to make it to the Land of Israel, but the Holy Baal Shem was not? In this discussion of various Passover themes via the light of Breslov, Chaya Rivka Zwolinski, Director of BRI Women, reveals the underlying soul connection.
Tonight, Monday, March 26, from 8:30 to 9:15 pm (NY time)
Join me for a talk about some vital Passover themes via the light of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov’s teachings and learn about their underlying soul-connection.
What is the deeper meaning of chametz?
What is exile?
What is freedom?
(And more if we have time.)
There will be time for discussion.
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