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Rebbe Nachman Says Foreword Acknowledgements Jump in Through the Window! What do you Really Want? Servant of G-D Be What you Have to Be Honor Soul Stories DON’T GIVE UP! The Banker from Odessa Joy and Oneness Three Lessons A Little Anthology of Rebbe Nachman’s Teachings About Joy Wholeness of the Soul Holy Arrogance Yom […] Continue reading

Foreword

I thank Rebbe Shlomo Carlebach for giving us his holy teachings. He selflessly dedicated his entire life to teaching, counseling, and uplifting us. He gave us a great heritage of teachings. I remember being at a class with him in 1994 in Jerusalem, and before Rebbe Shlomo Carlebach started the class, he asked if anyone […] Continue reading

Acknowledgements

I especially thank my holy wife, Galit, may she be blessed with great nachas. She is the one who really deserves all of the credit. Her diligently taking care of the family is what allowed for the tremendous amount of time dedicated to writing this book. I thank Galit for the endless hours of taking […] Continue reading

Jump in Through the Window!

Late one night a young man was waiting in front of Rebbe Nachman’s house. Rebbe Nachman looked out of his window and said, “In the middle of the night you have to talk to me? What do you want to talk to me about?” He was nearly crying and he said, “I don’t know what […] Continue reading

What do you Really Want?

Your own preciousness I really don’t know how much I am worth. If G-d would give me a taste of my own neshama [soul], my whole life would change. The question is not only if you know that you are precious. Because if I walk around and say, “I am precious, but you… listen, I […] Continue reading

Servant of G-d

Rebbe Nachman asks the question: Are we G-d’s servant or people’s servant? There is no in between. Everybody is somebody’s servant. Are you G-d’s servant? If you are, then you are the freest person in the world because you know exactly what is right. If you really know what is right, then you don’t listen […] Continue reading

Be What you Have to Be

Rebbe Nachman says, there are two kinds of evil. One is when I want to give charity, and my evil inclination comes and says, “Don’t give.” Then there is a general evil that is not concentrated against any specific action or thing. It is concentrated against my being what I am supposed to be. This […] Continue reading

Honor

Your own honor, or G-d’s honor? Rebbe Nachman’s Torah teaching, on chodesh Ellul begins, mamash: The first step in teshuva is that you care about G-d’s honor. He says, are you concerned with your own honor, or are you concerned with G-d’s honor? You see, if all you are thinking about is your own honor… […] Continue reading

Soul

Our holy master Rebbe Nachman says that not only the soul has a soul – but my body also has a soul – the inside of my body. You know, imagine if all I used my hand for was just to take, and I never used my hand to give. Rebbe Nachman says I can […] Continue reading

Stories

Two people came to Rebbe Yisroel Rizener: one, a storyteller who had written a book of stories, and the other, a great scholar who had written great treatises on halacha [Jewish law]. So the shames [beadle / secretary] asks the Rizener who he wants to see first. The Rebbe says, “I want to see the […] Continue reading

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poor man came to the house of an elderly couple. Unfortunately they had nothing in the house to give him except an old piece of fish “from before the time of Noah’s Ark and the flood.” Out of desperation, they served him this fish and the next thing they knew he had to be rushed to the hospital. The elderly couple, of course, accompanied him to the hospital but, unfortunately, watched him die in front of their eyes.

At the funeral the elderly woman was crying uncontrollably and her husband was having a hard time trying to console her. She was hysterically screaming, “The fish killed him, the fish killed him.”

The husband who couldn’t stand to see his wife in such a state comforted her and said, “My darling, it’s really not that bad. We had the merit of fulfilling three good deeds: Welcoming guests, visiting the sick, and escorting the deceased!”


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