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#7 - TALKING TO HASHEM CALMS A PERSON.
Hisbodedus

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בעזרת ה' יתברך- יום ב' פ' יתרו, חמשה עשר בשבט, שנת תשע"ט


Dear….


I received your letter.


If you truly want to see a way out of your difficult situation, there is only one solution; take the עצה of the holy Rebbe – התבודדות.


On one hand התבודדות takes very little effort, and it’s free; yet, on the other hand, it is an extremely hard thing to accomplish, because one must have תמימות ופשיטות and strongly believe that Hashem is listening to every word. When one doesn’t have an unwavering faith in Hashem; just davening Shachris, Mincha, and Maariv is a burden for him, then התבודדות is definitely a struggle.


The only reason a person finds Davening insignificant, is because his Emunah is lacking; as the Rebbe says (Likutei Maharan, Chelek 1, Siman 62): “If it would be completely clear in a person’s mind, that while he Davens, Hashem is by his side, and he is listening to his every word, then he would certainly Daven the way he is supposed to, and concentrate the entire time.”


Talking to Hashem reinforces a person’s Emunah, and the more one engages therein, the stronger his faith becomes. He starts sensing Hashem’s presence, and his anxieties and delusions disappear. If you start talking to Hashem, your worries will dissipate, and your mind will become clear. It is wise of you not to share all your fears with your wife, she has no benefit from being aware of your weaknesses.


You write that you never shared your inner turmoil with anyone, since you are ashamed of it; it isn’t advisable for you to share it with other people, instead, unburden yourself to Hashem, tell him: “Hashem, my head is spinning with frightening thoughts, I’m worried something will happen to me at any given moment; I feel so anxious, I’m not even sure about what exactly. Hashem help me get rid of my painful thoughts; I know this is the Yetzer Hora, who simply wants to distract me with baseless fears, however, he has taken my mind hostage, and I cannot focus on anything else.


Hashem, help me believe with a steadfast faith, that you are always next to me, and nothing could happen without you decreeing so from above. Help me feel your presence, and have complete trust in you; help me not be bothered with what others say about me.


Help me remember there is no existence without you; help me in the merit of all the Tzaddikm who sanctified your holy name, in the Zchus of R’ Shimon Bar Yochai; in the Zchus of R’ Yitzchok Luria Ashkenazi; in the Zchus of R’ Yisroel Baal Shem Tov; in the Zchus of R’ Nachman M’Breslev; in the Zchus of R’ Nosson M’Breslev, and in the Zchus of Rabeinu Eliezer Shlomo M’Breslev. יהיו לרצון אמרי פי והגיון לבי לפניך ה' צורי וגואלי, אמן כן יהי רצון.


It gladdens me to hear from you, send me more letters.

#6 - IMPROVE YOUR SELF-ESTEEM.
Hisbodedus, Tehillim, Doubts, Music

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בעזרת ה' יתברך-יום ד' פ' שמות, י"ח טבת, שנת תשעט


……. Student of Bais Faiga Breslev


I received your letter.


I’m very pleased to hear that you find the time every day, to say the yom tehillim; you cannot imagine the power tehillim has, especially for girls which need an extra dose of סייעתא דשמיא, to merit an ehrliche shidduch.


Regarding your problem, that you have a hard time approaching and communicating with people etc.; the eitzah for this is to make it your second nature to talk to Hashem. The more you accustom yourself to talk to him, the stronger your Emunah will be, and the more confidence you will have in yourself. If you believe you are important in Hashems eyes, this will naturally carry over to all other aspects of your life, and you will stop doubting and questioning yourself with “what will so and so think of me?” and “what will so and so say about me?”


Its very healthy to listen to lively music; there are an abundance of ehrliche singers nowadays, who sing songs of Emunah; this chases away the doubts and negativity from a person.


May Hashem help you succeed in everything you do.


 

#5 - ACCUSTOM YOURSELF TO TALK TO HASHEM; BE CAREFUL WITH THE MITZVA OF KIBUD AV V'EIM.
Hisbodedus, don’t give up!, Kibud Av V'eim

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בעזרת ה' יתברך-יום ב' פרשת שמות,ט"ז טבת, שנת תשע"ט


Lekuvid……


   אשרינו מה טוב חלקינו "אשר בנחל" שם גורלנו! How different would our life be without the advice and lessons of the holy Rebbe, never to give up, no matter how dire your situation may seem.


Once you have tried everything in your power already to improve your situation, it’s about time you try the eitzah of the holy rebbe – התבודדות. Find yourself a quiet place with no one to bother you, and unburden yourself to Hashem in your own words, as if you’re talking to a trusted friend. After discussing your hardships with Hashem, you will feel unshackled, as if you were just set free from your personal captivity. Once a person becomes accustomed to talking to Hashem, he no longer needs anything or anybody else.


If you see days and weeks go by and you are still at square one – don’t give up! Even if you feel things are getting worse, and you’re sinking deeper and deeper, still, don’t despair. Continue going to shul every day, and laying teffilin. Continue learning mishnayos and gemara, and connect yourself to the Torah. Remember what the holy Rebbe would say (Likutei Maharan, chelek 1, siman 189) “The yetzer hora isn’t interested in a person’s sins, what his goal is, the depression and misery, which results from the aveira”.


Call your parents every day; there is no greater mitzva then the mitzva of ‘kibud av veim’. Chazal say (Tana D’bei Eliyahu Raba, parsha 26) “Hashem says ‘the entire world is mine – I created it, and what I request from you is to respect your parents’”; don’t say “they are old” or “they are not my style” etc., just give it some time and your children will grow up, and could possibly treat you the same way - chas vesholom.


May Hashem grant you success in all your endeavors

#4 - A GOOD NAME TRAVELS FAR.
Hisbodedus, Good Middos

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בעזרת ה' יתברך-יום ד' פרשת שמות, י"ח טבת, שנת תשעט


……student of Bais Faiga Breslev


I received your letter.


I’m happy to hear you are well behaved and conduct yourself with respect, your principal and teachers are very pleased with your behavior.


Shlomo Hamelech says (koheles 7, 1): "טוב שם משמן טוב", a good name is more valuable to a person then the finest perfumes in the world. Why? Because even when a person applies expensive oils and perfumes to oneself, only his immediate surroundings will benefit from the pleasant smell, but a good name travels from one end of the world to another. This is the way to bring nachas to your parents, by acting with respect and good middos.


I’m sure you have learnt why the holy Rebbe wanted us to call him by his mother’s name – Rabeinu Nachman ben Faiga, and not by his fathers – ben Simcha, because it was she who raised him, with yiras shomayim and holiness. The Rebbe’s father was a hidden tzaddik who spent most of his years in self afflicted wanderings, and was rarely home. His mother was the one who parented him; she would regularly visit the kever of her holy grandfather the Baal Shem Tov z”l, where she would pour her heart out, and daven to Hashem that she merit children tzaddikim.


You should follow in her footsteps; accustom yourself to speak to Hashem; for everything you need turn to him, and through doing so you will also merit to be a tzaddeikes.


May Hashem help you succeed in everything you do.

#3 - THROUGH TEHILLIM ONE MERITS TESHUVAH
Hisbodedus, Tehillim, Teshuva, מעביר סדרה, שובבי"ם

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בעזרת השם יתברך-יום א', פ' שמות, ט"ו טבת, שנת תשע"ט


Lekuvid.....


 With thanks to Hashem we enter the holy days of שובבי"ם, the Ari Hakodesh would say (שער רוח הקודש, תיקון כז) "during the days of שובבי"ם one can repent for all his sins, especially for the aveira of פגם הברית; whoever commits this aveira cuts himself off from Hashem, but during these days it's possible to rectify everything".


The only question is "what can I do?" And "where do I start?" We have sunken so deeply into this aveira we cannot see a way out. The Ari Hakodesh says, that the tikkun for this aveira is to fast for 84 days. (For each time separately.) If you make a calculation, one would have to live for thousands of years, just to have enough days in his life to rectify all the times he committed this aveira. So where does one start?


The holy rebbe says (Chai Maharan, siman 491) "One that knows of me; why should he fast?, And one that is not aware of me; fasting won't help him". If one knows of the teachings of the holy rebbe, one knows that doing tshuvah doesn't entail impossible avodas or affliction. And if one does not have the עצות of the holy rebbe fasting alone won't help him.


The rebbe also said "if I would have only known of this when I was young, what one can achieve by simply talking to Hashem, I would not have tormented myself with such עבודות, only utilized my time talking to him.


The holy rebbe says further (Chai Maharan chelek 2, siman 73) "מי שרוצה לזכות לתשובה, יהיה רגיל באמירת תהלים, כי אמירת תהלים מסגל לתשובה", whoever wants to attain tshuvah should say tehillim; therefore now, that we have entered the ימי השובבי"ם, find the time every day to say the yom tehillim.


The rebbe would say, we have to thank the tzaddik R' Refoel from Bershid z"l, a talmud of the holy R' Pinchas Koritzer z"l; he was the one that introduced to the world that one should say tehillim even without feelings or emotions. He taught his talmidim "better to say a kapitel without emotions, the עיקר is to say tehillim". The rebbe praised this, because it encouraged people to start saying tehillim.


Today we start Sefer Shemos. Listen to what Maharosh would say, start being מעביר סדרה at the beginning of the week. Don't postpone it for Friday or Shabbos, instead learn a little every day, and you'll merit to have a blessed week with an abundance of success. If one pushes it off until Friday, the entire week can go by without being מעביר סדרה, and it can cost you a hefty price heaven forbid. Therefore, start from Sunday, learn a little every day, and this will protect you the entire week.


Take a minute to contemplate, and see how your days fly by like a shadow. "כצל ימינו על הארץ ואין מקוה" and chazal say in regard to this (bereishis rabah 96, 2) "הלואי כצילו של כותל, או כצילו של אילן, אלא כצלו עוף בשעה שהוא עף" halevai our days be like a shadow on the wall, or like the shadow of a tree which take time until they pass by, but instead a persons life is swifter than that, it flies by, like the shadow of a bird in the sky.


The new year just started, and this week we are already up to Sefer Shemos; make a calculation if you were מעביר סדרה every week until now, if you learnt the parsha with the chumash and Rashi. Yesterday night we made a siyum on mesechtes Damai from talmud Yerushalmi; every  morning the children, bochurim and avreichim all learn a daf Bavli and Yerushalmi together. We had a melave malka, and a siyum, we thanked Hashem for the miracle that he did with us, that we merited to be connected to the holy rebbe, and to be part of 'Hichel Hakodesh'. That we have a rebbe which constantly reminds us, not to let ourselves be fooled.


The holy rebbe would say (sichas haran, siman 51) : את זה תקבלו מאתי, שלא להניח עצמו להעולם להטעות", this is what you should be מקבל from me: "the world fools you; keep your eyes open not to be fooled". Maharosh would review this all the time, he would say, this sichah is a compass for the person. Just as a compass guides a sailor at sea, and it is crucial in steering the ship in the right direction; likewise one has to stay focused, am I doing what is right? Or am I concerned only with others, and  neglecting to look at myself?!


Tomorrow night will iyh be another chasunah here in yeshiva; we are slowly able to see how every word Maharosh said, is being fulfilled.


May Hashem grant you success in all your endeavors.

#2 - IS ONE ALLOWED TO DRINK WATER BEFORE KIDDUSH?
Hisbodedus, Kiddush

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בעזרת ה' יתבדך-יום א' פרשת שמותת ט"ו טבת, שנת תשע"ט


 


……student of Bais Faiga Breslev


I received your letter.


I’m very happy to hear that you conduct yourself with respect, and have derech eretz for your teachers. Likewise, you should remember only to be friendly with girls which are refined and behave respectfully. Through doing so you you will bring nachas to your parents and create a good reputation for our school ‘Bais Faiga”.


Regarding if one may drink water before kiddush; until you turn bas mitzva you may do so. (Magan Avroham, siman 269)


Accustom yourself to talk to Hashem, ask him for everything that is important to you. The holy Rebbe would always praise the yiddishe mames which have pure faith in Hashem, and naturally turn to him for everything they need.


May Hashem help you succeed in everything you do.

#1 - HASHEM IS SO GOOD TO YOU
R' Nosson, Chazak, Chumash, Hisbodedus, Thanking Hashem

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בעזרת השם יתברך-יום א פרשת ויחי ח' טבת שנת תשע"ט‎


Lekuvid....


With hashems help we finish this week sefer bereishis, we shall say 'chazak chazak venischazak'; how fortunate for the person which learns a little chumash and Rashi every day, and by the end of the week he finishes the entire Parsha.


‎This weeks parsha starts with ויחי יעקב- yaakov lived. Maharosh explains, Yaakov avinu was always happy and uplifted despite all his suffering- His suffering with Eisav, with Lavan, with Rochel, with Dinah and lastly with Yosef. Although he had many hardships throughout his life he was constantly happy and only focused on the positive. He lived life to its fullest.


‎If you really want a way out of your own suffering heed the words of the holy R' Nosson "when a person complains about his lot Hashem takes notice and says: 'look at this person, look how much he has going for him and he still finds reason to complain, I'll show him what suffering really means'. Now when a person thanks and praises Hashem, Hashem says: 'look at this person he has nothing, yet he still is happy and appreciative, I'll show him what good means'! And ultimately such a person is zocheh to a good life.


And to you I say the same; it's true that you are going through hard times and it is just getting worse and worse, but surely there are things that are good and positive in your life. Hashem is waiting for you to thank and praise him for all he gives you.


‎This doesn't mean you shouldn't continue asking and davening to Hashem for the things that are important and bothering you, of course you should continue to daven and beg Hashem for a yeshua. But, why shouldn't you also take notice of the many benefits that you do have? why don't you submit to Hashem and believe that he certainly knows what is best for you? we say Hashem is טוב ה' לכל ורחמיו על כל מעשיו , ( tehillim 145, 9) he is good to all, and his compassion is over all his creations. If you accept hashems will, Hashem then will fulfill your wishes.


‎Tomorrow night is the yartzeit seuda of the holy R' Nosson Z"l. Take a glimpse at his life, he was persecuted throughout. Even in Breslev he was oppressed, he had difficulties with all his children, and despite everything he would always say "I have great blessings" he only thanked and praised Hashem, and his only wish was to be able to strengthen another yid.


How fortunate for us that we have such a rebbe with such talmidim.