Crossing the Narrow Bridge: A Practical Guide to Rebbe Nachman's Teachings

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Breslov Research Institute, 1989 - Religion - 452 pages
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"The world is a very narrow bridge. The main thing is not to be afraid." The joyous, positive message of the outstanding Chassidic luminary, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772-1810) is more relevant & needed than ever. "Crossing the Narrow Bridge" gives clear practical guidance as to how his teachings can be applied in everyday life today. The author, Rabbi Chaim Kramer, is director of the Breslov Research Institute, which for the last eleven years has been publishing authoritative translations of Rebbe Nachman's works in English & French. Rabbi Kramer has drawn on years of intimacy with leading figures in the Breslov Chassidic communities to bring this tradition to the reader in the form of numerous anecdotes & insights. Lively, down to earth, & easy to read, "Crossing the Narrow Bridge" covers all aspects of the Rebbe Nachman's teachings--from faith, simplicity, prayer & meditation to earning a living, health-care & bringing up children, etc. Each of the twenty chapters offers a basic understanding of its topic as seen through Rebbe Nachman's own lessons & stories, together with practical suggestions enabling the reader to translate these teachings into his own life

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This book literally changed my life. I can honestly say that I am a part of the Breslov movement for over 20 years thanks mainly to this book. Thanks alot Reb Chaim!!! You set the record for bringing the Rebbe's teachings in such a practical and comprehensive format.

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Acknowledgements
3
JOY
25
THE GOOD POINTS
36
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Rabbi Chaim Kramer is founder and director of the Breslov Research Institute in Jerusalem, which is dedicated to the translation and dissemination of the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.

Mykoff is a writer and translator living in Jerusalem.

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