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Kabbalah Online’s Magazine – Noah 5771

Kabbalah Online’s Weekly Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 5 – the week of 25 Tishrei – 1 Cheshvan 5771 / October 3 – 10, 2010

A note from the staff of Kabbalah Online in Tzefat
“Noah” is the section of the Torah where the concept of the 70 nations of the world and their relationship to the Commandments is developed.
The first three articles offer Kabbalistic insights on this subject. The last three present deep meanings derived from other topics in this special Torah reading.
Finally, the middle article features the long-awaited resumption of our series of translation and original commentary of “Sha’ar HaGilgulim,” the teachings of the holy Ari of Tzefat on reincarnation.

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Please click Noah 5771, to read this Holiday and Shabbos Magazine.



Likutey Moharan – The Final Editions


Dear Chaver (Friend) of Breslov Research Institute,

   After many years of hard work and tremendous help from the One Above, we are nearing completion of the multi-volume Likutey Moharan in English project. This is a milestone in Breslov history. The series features full Hebrew-English text on facing pages, a running commentary based on traditional Breslov sources and profound, highly accessible notes drawing from the Written Torah, Gemara, Zohar, Midrash and kabbalistic works.

   As you may know, Breslov Research Institute recently published Volume 13 of this series. There are only two more volumes that remain to be done. The zekhus (merit) of joining us is in completing this mitzvah is open to everyone and anyone who believes in bringing this unprecedented project to fruition.

   Our Sages observe, “im ein kemach, ein Torah . . . Without money, there is no Torah” (Pirkey Avot 3:17). Breslover Chassidim point out that the Hebrew word kemach (literally, flour) has the same gematria (numerical value) as the name “Nachman.” This means is that if we give some of our “flour” for Rebbe Nachman’s holy books, we’ll surely succeed in connecting to Torah—and in helping others to do so, as well, for Rebbe Nachman’s works are keys to each area and level of Torah.

   The Breslov Research Institute is in earnest need of your partnership. Our Sages teach that one who helps complete a mitzvah is accredited the entire mitzvah. Your contribution, great or small, gives you a genuine claim to this rare mitzvah.

For a generous contribution of $180 you can sponsor a page of Likutey Moharan with an opportunity to dedicate that page in honor or in memory of the person of your choice. Upon completion of the project, you will receive a complimentary copy sent directly to your home.

So please join us for the final leg of this project and be sure to share this opportunity with your friends.

Please take a few minutes to watch this video, in which Rabbi Kramer gives more details about this amazing project.

To contribute online, please visit

If you are unable to contribute the entire amount right now, Breslov Research will gladly accept ten payments of $18 a month.

A list of lessons available for dedication is also available, please click here.

Additionally you may mail your contribution to:

Breslov Research Institute POB 5370 Jerusalem, Israel
Tel.: 972.2.582.4641 Fax: 972.2.582.5542

North America: POB 587 Monsey, NY 10952-0587
Tel.: 732.534.7263/ 1-800-33BRESLOV Fax: 732.608.8461

All contributions are fully tax deductible in the USA, Canada, UK and Israel.

Thanks for being a part of this monumental mitzvah!

All the best to you and yours,
Breslov Research Institute
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