BreslovCampus Presents Rebbe Nachman & The Nine Days
Three Nine Days’ Workshops at BreslovCampus.org
The Spirit of Moshiach Sunday, July 15th—10:00 AM (EDT); 5:00 PM (Israel Time)
With Meir Elkabas
Every person possesses an aspect of Moshiach. Learn how to preserve that special holiness inside and draw closer to God as taught by Rebbe Nachman in the Kitzur Likutey Moharan II, Lesson 32. There will be time for questions and answers.
He Tore His Royal Robe: The Destruction of the Holy Temple Sunday, July 15th—11:00 AM (EDT); 6:00 PM (Israel Time) For women only
With Yehudis Golshevsky
Lamentations says of the destruction of the Holy Temple, “Beetza emrato”, “He executed His word.” These stark words can also be read as “He tore His royal robe.” In this class about the destruction of the Beit Hamikdash in Likutey Moharan, Lesson 219, Rebbe Nachman shows us how the degree of Godliness revealed to a person is commensurate with the degree of humility he has attained.
The Holy Temple and You Wednesday, July 18—8:30 PM For women only
With Chaya Rivka Zwolinski
Why was the destruction of the Holy Temple, so devastating for Jews and non-Jews alike? Why do Jews yearn for the rebuilding of the Temple and return from the exile? How does the exile affect each one of us? Discover insights from Rebbe Nachman of Breslov and learn how you can make a difference. There’ll be time for questions and discussion.
The destruction of the Second Temple was due to sinas chinam, baseless hatred, say our sages.
*But they also give other reasons, which if examined, all can be seen to be rooted in a lack of love for others, for self, or even Hashem.
In fact, the destruction of Jerusalem and the exile has important lessons to teach us about own personal exile, and the multiple spiritual journeys each of us needs to complete, in this lifetime, G-d willing.
In Turning Hatred Into Love, live on BreslovCampus.org this Wednesday night, August 10, at 8:30pm (NY time), we begin with Rebbe Nachman’s short story “Simplicity”. We’ll discuss our own personal uniqueness (a vital topic in Breslov) in the context of ahavas Yisrael and unity. We’ll be able to reflect on what our heartfelt feelings about others can tell us about our own spiritual state (Azamra.) We’ll find that repairing our relationships (even if only possible within our hearts), is essential to our personal as well as national redemption.
Please join me at BreslovCampus.org for this live discussion relevant to The 9 Days and Tisha B’av.