Is there a spiritual reason we’re facing enforced, or encouraged, social distancing? Why can’t we spend time with extended family, neighbors, and friends the ways in which we used to? We can’t even pray together! Why?
This is part one of Likutey Moharan II, Lesson 17 (3), Nature and Hashgocha Pratis and what this means in your life. (Class from January 29, 2020.) Part one deals with how Hashem truly views you. He looks for the good in you!
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(Next live class at BOMA Shul Manhattan will be Tuesday, March 26, 8:00 pm (buffet starts 7:30).
From March 13, 2019. Learn about relationships in light of Rebbe Nachman’s famous lesson, Azamra (Likutey Moharan 282) with Chaya Rivka Zwolinski Director of the Breslov Research Institute’s women’s program, BRI Women. This learning is dedicated for a refuah sheleimah for Sima bas Sheindel.
Videographer: Zeisy Devorah Mikhli
Final class in the semester at BreslovCampus.org. We continue to explore the Tzaddik’s role in the world and in our lives, why connecting to the Tzaddik is essential to living with Azamra, practical real-life advice for how to make change a reality for you, and more.
For the rest of the semester’s video archives as well as other class archives and short inspiring videos from a variety of Breslov teachers, visit BreslovCampus.org.
Singing the song of your soul; living life even though we’re flawed; what Rebbe Nachman teaches us in this life; teshuvah and forgiveness; sin and repentance; and more. Watch video: