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Torah Portion Ki Teitzei: Garments of Truth and Faith
n Parshat Ki Teitzei the Torah tells us the prohibitory mitzvah that a woman should not wear a man’s clothing nor should a man wear a woman’s clothing. Reb Nosson gives us some insight into the deeper meaning of this mitzvah. Read more at BRI Breslov.org
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Good Shabbos & Shabbat Shalom
Parshat Va’Etchanan: Start Your Search Today (Article)
The Baal Shem Tov says that wherever we’re standing, no matter where that place is, a person can start searching for Hashem right NOW…read more here.
Do You Want Emunah? (Video)
Only One Truth (Audio)
Avoid The Evil Eye (Video)
Is life a pressure-cooker? Does preparing for Pesach leave you exhausted? Do you wish you could slow down and savor the moments?
Back for the annual BRI Women’s Pesach talk, Chaya Rivka Zwolinski discusses how the lives and stories of Rebbe Nachman, Udel (Aidel), Reb Noson, the Baal Shem Tov, and more, can help you experience a more meaningful and joyous Yom Tov.
This coming Sunday, January 27th, join BRI Women’s Chaya Rivka Zwolinski at the JCC Manhattan for:
Hitbodedut: Learning Who You Really Are through Rebbe Nachman’s Prayerful Approach to Self-Knowledge
Most believe self-knowledge is essential, but many question if it’s really possible and Continue reading Sunday, Jan 27: Self Knowledge through Hitbodedut
New Feature at Breslov.org Rebbe Nachman’s Remedies Mini-Lessons are Now a Mini-Blog
Click for this week’s post “Believe in Yourself”
Whether or not you are a member of the RebbeNachman’s Remedies WhatsApp group*, you’ll find a new feature at Breslov.org (and Breslov.org/BRI Women). Each Monday a shareable written adaptation of a mini-lesson will be posted. Please share, comment and like.
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