Speaker: Rabbi Nasan Maimon. This halakha is primarily based on Likutey Moharan 2, Torah 12, “Ayeh“.
00:00 – Dedication.
00:22 – PARAGRAPH 7b. Yishuv HaDaas – awareness of Hashem and focus on the true purpose of life.
05:22 – Note on introduction to Likutey Halakhos.
08:48 – PARAGRAPH 8. Yishuv HaDaas.
11:50 – There is an oral tradition in Breslov that whenever Rebbe Nachman mentions, in his stories, “U meh hot zuch miyoshuv geveyn” (he thought about it) this always alludes to hisbodedus.
18:00 – Be studying Likutey Moharan 2, Torah 10 through Torah 17, and then gathering all the concepts presented there, the story of the Sixth Beggar (in Rebbe Nachman’s Sipurey Masios) can be better understood.
19:16 – The power of the Sixth Beggar in Rebbe Nachman’s Sipurei Masiyos. Even though it seemed he had no strength in his hands, the Sixth Beggar actually had supernatural abilities.
24:35 – The main refuah (remedy) is joy.
26:10 – It’s important to begin and end with simcha.
28:55 – The ARIzal points out that the gematria of Lev Simcha (joyful heart) is Shekhina (Divine Presence of Hashem).
30:30 – The three holidays, a spiritual summary based on Likutey Moharan 30.
33:43 – QUESTION: What can most people in our generation do if they just don’t find joy in the fact that they are a Jew?
43:47 – PARAGRAPH 9.
48:48 – PARAGRAPH 10 (Beginning).
51:14 – Appeal for tzedakkah (charity) in honor of Shavuos. Covid can’t kill hospitality.