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  • All Or Nothing?

    There is a common attitude in the world that the actions we put forth and the work we do must…

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  • Truth and Ultimate Truth

    The first words of the Torah, “בראשית ברא אלוקים”, spell out אמת – truth – with their final letters. This…

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  • The Tikkun Haklali in Reggae

    What is the tikkun haklali? And how is it connected to Reggae music? The Tikkun Haklali are comprised of ten specific chapters…

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  • Purim – “There is no despair in the world at all!”

    Every month, the Nation of Israel sanctifies the moon.
    This means that at least once a month, we form a deep bond with our Father in Heaven, the King of Kings.

    In the story of Megillat Esther, when Achashverosh’s wicked declaration went forth, Mordechai notified Queen Esther (who symbolizes the Jewish people), and urged her to turn to the king for help – despite the fact that she had not been called to the king already for 30 days, or one month.

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  • Hitbodedut – Prayer from the heart

    Please wait for the film to upload 🙂 Based on the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov This is what…

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  • Why happiness is so important?

    We all want to know what our unique path is in this world. The question is – how do we…

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  • What is Na Nach Nachma Nachman Me’Uman

    In Israel it can be seen everywhere. Graffiti on walls, stickers plastered on store fronts, and even cars and vans with music blaring its message through the streets. Recently it has appeared even in the U.S, popping up like mushrooms after the rain. It has reached TV stations, news reports; and even graffiti-ed on the war inflicted walls in Iraq, amid the war with ISIS.

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  • Uman Rosh Hashana

    . . .     “Whoever comes to me on Rosh Hashana, should be happy all the year” . . It’s…

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  • How do you define a Breslover Chassid?

    How do you define what music is? . There are so many different types – rock, hip hop, heavy metal,…

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  • What is the “Tikkun Haklali”?

    When the world was created, God, also called “Ein Sof” (literally without end, infinite), created an intricate mystical system referred to in the Kabalah as the Ten Sefirot. The Sefirot serve as the channels through which the world was created and is continuously sustained through the constant revelation of God’s light.

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