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DON’T GIVE UP!

Rebbe Nachman tells a story of a poor woodchopper who found a diamond under a tree in the forest. He went home to his little village and asked people, “How much is this treasure worth?” “We’re not equipped to know,” the people told him. “It looks like millions of rubles. You have to go to […] Continue reading

The Banker from Odessa

In Odessa, there was a Yid [Jew], a banker. He was a little bit religious, the way assimilated Jews lived in those days. He had a bank, and he was very rich, but he was a little bit connected to Yiddishkeit. One day his accountant brought him all the account books. He looks at the […] Continue reading

Joy and Oneness

Rebbe Nachman says… the holy master Rebbe Nachman says… The greatest sin in the world is to be sad. The greatest sin in the world is not to be filled with joy. Joy brings what we want You know, my beautiful friends, all of us want so much… we need so much…. Do you know […] Continue reading

Three Lessons

Rebbe Nachman, the holy master, says, in order to serve G-d you have to learn, you have to know, three lessons. The first lesson is that you must learn how to walk, and you must learn how to stand. When you do a mitzvah, when you do something good, you’re walking in G-d’s ways. When […] Continue reading

A Little Anthology of Rebbe Nachman’s Teachings about Joy

What is joy? What is the difference between sadness and joy? Joy really fills you; whatever you have becomes fuller. Sadness empties you out; “I don’t have this, I don’t have that,” So… even what you have, you don’t have. Don’t be sad about the future People walk around sad because they don’t know what […] Continue reading

Wholeness of the Soul

How do you know if you haven’t yet lost the wholeness of your soul? You have a soul, and then there is the all-ness, the wholeness of you. How do you know if you still have this wholeness of your soul? It’s very simple. If you do something and you’re completely happy with it, then […] Continue reading

Holy Arrogance

Using your emotions at the right time Every emotion that G-d gave us is for a purpose. To love is for a purpose, to hate is for a purpose. We have the emotion to hate. The question is, what do you hate, and what do you love? You have emotions urging to be silent, and […] Continue reading

Yom Tov

One Ounce of Joy Is there any greater joy in the world than when you see somebody crying, and you give them life, you give them one ounce of joy, you give them one ounce of hope. Rebbe Nachman says, the greatest crime is to take away somebody’s self confidence, to take away somebody’s hope. […] Continue reading

One Ounce of Joy

Is there any greater joy in the world than when you see somebody crying, and you give them life, you give them one ounce of joy, you give them one ounce of hope. Rebbe Nachman says, the greatest crime is to take away somebody’s self confidence, to take away somebody’s hope. And the greatest, greatest […] Continue reading

Rosh HaShanah

One of the most important aspects of Rosh HaShanah is not to say bad things about another person. As you want G-d to give you a chance, also give everyone else a chance to begin again. So, my dearest brothers and sisters, it’s only after Rosh HaShanah when our beginning is so strong, when we […] Continue reading

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The Ropshitzer Rebbe returned home after giving his sermon in the synagogue. His wife asked him, “How was the sermon?” He answered, “I had a fifty percent success. I taught the importance of the rich giving charity to the poor, and I was able to convince the poor to be willing to receive it.”


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