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  72. <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>on</strong> <strong>Wednesday Evening</strong> יום רביעי בערב</p>
  73. <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>1 November 2017 </strong>י&#8221;ב בחשוון, תשנ&#8221;ח</p>
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  88. <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>on</strong> <strong>Wednesday Evening</strong> יום רביעי בערב</p>
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  159. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  160. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  165. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  241. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  270. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  275. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  276. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  328. <p>Rabbi Dr. Akiva Tatz was born in Johannesburg, South Africa.[2][3] He graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand Medical School, graduating with distinction in surgery.[1] He then spent a year in St. Louis, Missouri as an American Field Service Scholar and subsequently returned there for elective work in internal medicine at Washington University.[4] He then served as a medical officer in the South African Defense Forces and served in the Angolan Bush War.[5] After practicing in both South Africa and the United States, he moved to Israel, and worked both in private practice as well as in a hospital setting in Jerusalem.</p>
  329. <p>Although not raised as an observant Jew, Tatz later rediscovered Judaism and became a baal teshuva, or returnee. He is currently on staff at the Jewish Learning Exchange[2] and Ohr Somayach,[6] and in the past has been a guest lecturer at Gateways.[7] Rabbi Tatz gives lectures to Jewish student groups and organisations across the UK, including an annual medical ethics lecture at University College London hosted by both the Jewish Society and Medical Ethics Society. He is also a regular lecturer on the Jewish Learning Exchange Genesis leadership programme. He has become a recognized expert in matters of Jewish thought and philosophy, which he covers in his authored texts. Zoketsu Norman Fischer, former abbot of the San Francisco Zen Center and founder of and teacher at the Everyday Zen Foundation, describes Tatz&#8217;s work, Letters to a Buddhist Jew, as &#8220;a fascinating book &#8211; the most serious contribution in this field to date.&#8221;[8]</p>
  330. <p>Tatz is both the founder and director of the Jerusalem Medical Ethics Forum, whose purpose is to promote knowledge of Jewish medical ethics internationally, giving lectures worldwide[9] in Jewish thought and medical ethics,[2] as well as on modern applications in medicine.[10] He is also involved with the Jerusalem Center for Research in Medicine and Halacha, often speaking at their annual European events.[11]</p>
  331. <p>He currently resides in London, England.</p>
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  336. <p>Although not raised as an observant Jew, Tatz later rediscovered Judaism and became a baal teshuva, or returnee. He is currently on staff at the Jewish Learning Exchange[2] and Ohr Somayach,[6] and in the past has been a guest lecturer at Gateways.[7] Rabbi Tatz gives lectures to Jewish student groups and organisations across the UK, including an annual medical ethics lecture at University College London hosted by both the Jewish Society and Medical Ethics Society. He is also a regular lecturer on the Jewish Learning Exchange Genesis leadership programme. He has become a recognized expert in matters of Jewish thought and philosophy, which he covers in his authored texts. Zoketsu Norman Fischer, former abbot of the San Francisco Zen Center and founder of and teacher at the Everyday Zen Foundation, describes Tatz&#8217;s work, Letters to a Buddhist Jew, as &#8220;a fascinating book &#8211; the most serious contribution in this field to date.&#8221;[8]</p>
  337. <p>Tatz is both the founder and director of the Jerusalem Medical Ethics Forum, whose purpose is to promote knowledge of Jewish medical ethics internationally, giving lectures worldwide[9] in Jewish thought and medical ethics,[2] as well as on modern applications in medicine.[10] He is also involved with the Jerusalem Center for Research in Medicine and Halacha, often speaking at their annual European events.[11]</p>
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  343. <p>Although not raised as an observant Jew, Tatz later rediscovered Judaism and became a baal teshuva, or returnee. He is currently on staff at the Jewish Learning Exchange[2] and Ohr Somayach,[6] and in the past has been a guest lecturer at Gateways.[7] Rabbi Tatz gives lectures to Jewish student groups and organisations across the UK, including an annual medical ethics lecture at University College London hosted by both the Jewish Society and Medical Ethics Society. He is also a regular lecturer on the Jewish Learning Exchange Genesis leadership programme. He has become a recognized expert in matters of Jewish thought and philosophy, which he covers in his authored texts. Zoketsu Norman Fischer, former abbot of the San Francisco Zen Center and founder of and teacher at the Everyday Zen Foundation, describes Tatz&#8217;s work, Letters to a Buddhist Jew, as &#8220;a fascinating book &#8211; the most serious contribution in this field to date.&#8221;[8]</p>
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  390. Likutei Moharan – The essence of Rebbe Nachman’s teachings; almost four hundred lessons relating to and dealing with all aspects of life.<br />
  391. At first, the lessons were transcribed and distributed as handwritten booklets. In 5565, the Rebbe&#8217;s foremost disciple, Reb Natan, began collecting the discourses and in 5569, the first printing of the book took place in the city, Ostraha, Ukraine. The Rebbe said that this book is the beginning of the Redemption.</p>
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  395. At first, the lessons were transcribed and distributed as handwritten booklets. In 5565, the Rebbe&#8217;s foremost disciple, Reb Natan, began collecting the discourses and in 5569, the first printing of the book took place in the city, Ostraha, Ukraine. The Rebbe said that this book is the beginning of the Redemption.</p>
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  399. At first, the lessons were transcribed and distributed as handwritten booklets. In 5565, the Rebbe&#8217;s foremost disciple, Reb Natan, began collecting the discourses and in 5569, the first printing of the book took place in the city, Ostraha, Ukraine. The Rebbe said that this book is the beginning of the Redemption.</p>
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  420. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.</p>
  421. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  422. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  425. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.</p>
  426. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  427. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  430. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.</p>
  431. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  432. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  454. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  455. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  458. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.</p>
  459. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  460. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  492. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  493. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  496. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.</p>
  497. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  498. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  521. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  524. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.</p>
  525. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  526. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings.</p>
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  529. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.</p>
  530. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
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  553. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  554. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  558. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  559. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  562. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.  </p>
  563. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  564. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  587. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  591. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  592. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  595. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.  </p>
  596. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  597. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  620. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  624. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  625. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  628. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.  </p>
  629. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  630. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  652. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  653. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  657. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  658. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  662. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  663. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  685. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  686. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  689. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.  </p>
  690. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
  691. &#8220;Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s Wisdom&#8221; contains first-hand anecdotes from the life of Rabbi Nachman, an account of his pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and a selection of lessons that he gave to his disciples. Many well-known Breslov sayings are found in this book, such as: &#8220;Every man [person] can attain the highest level. It depends on nothing but your own free choice&#8230;for everything depends on a multitude of deeds&#8221; (p.29) and &#8220;Worldly pleasures are like sunbeams in a dark room. They may actually seem solid, but one who tries to grasp a sunbeam finds nothing in his hand.&#8221; (p. 112). This is also the source for the list of Ten Psalms that are recited for &#8220;Rebbe Nachman&#8217;s Remedy.&#8221; In short, this book is a goldmine of wisdom and a must-have for anyone interested in Breslov teachings. </p>
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  694. This work is a translation of &#8220;Shevachay HaRan&#8221; and &#8220;Sichos HaRan,&#8221; a combined work that was first published several years after Rabbi Nachman&#8217;s passing. It contains his most often quoted teachings, its subjects ranging from simple everyday advice to the most esoteric Kabbalistic mysteries. It is where the Rebbe presents a way of life that has both depth and meaning.  </p>
  695. <p>The Aryeh Kaplan translation of a Breslov classic by Reb Nosson (Nathan) of Breslov. Reb Nosson was the chief disciple and official scribe of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. As such, he sought to compile his Rebbe&#8217;s teachings for future generations. Reb Nosson writes in his introduction to this volume: &#8220;I have therefore recorded a small portion of his saintly ways, from his earliest perception until his departure from this world in peace. I myself heard some of the accounts from the Rebbe&#8217;s holy lips. Others were gleaned from those who knew him during his lifetime. Much of what is written here was seen with my own eyes.&#8221;<br />
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