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Adar Joy-The Joyous Song of Torah Print E-mail
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Purim-Esther-Adar-JoyEvery branch of wisdom has its own singular song and melody, and that melody is reserved for that wisdom. And from the song is derived its wisdom. Even the wisdom of heresy has its own special song and melody.
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Taking it With You-Adar Joy-Likkutei Eitzot Print E-mail
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Prayer-Taking-It-With-You-Kavanot-Adar-SimchaOne should make strenuous efforts to attain joy in any way possible, searching within himself for those good qualities which lead to joy. At the very least, one ought to be happy at the privilege being born a Jew and not a pagan.
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Amidah-Adar Joy-Tzaddikim-Likkutei Eitzot 26 Print E-mail
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iAttach-Prayer-Amidah-Parsha-iPray-Kavanot-AdarThe 12th of Adar is the Yahrtzeit of Rav Shmuel (ben Yeshaya) Halevi Horowitz (1972). Born in Eretz Yisrael, he first became interested in Breslov Chassidus after reading Reb Alter Tepliker's Hishtapchus Hanefesh (whose yahrtzeit
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Shema-Adar Joy-From Redemption to Prayer-Likkutei Eitzot Print E-mail
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Prayer-Shemah-Parsha-Kavanah-iPray-iLove-AdarThe 14th of Adar is the Yahrtzeit of Rav Yitzchok (ben Nosson) Sternhartz of Tulchin of Breslov (1870). He was buried in Tzefas near the Arizal and Beis Yosef: Because of melancholy and sadness, the mind and intellect are “in exile,”
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Pesukei D’Zimrah-Adar Joy-Likkutei Eitzot 14 Print E-mail
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Pesukei-Dzimrah-Songs-of-Praise-Kavanot-iPray-AdarListening to a musical melody on instruments played by a pious musician for the sake of heaven can be very helpful in attaining joy, and also subdue and clarify the imagination. Through this, one merits awareness and concentration
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Hallel for Rosh Chodesh Adar Paragraph One Print E-mail

HallelAccording to the Chasid Ya’avetz, the key verse of the Adar Hallel is, “The heavens are God’s, while the earth has been given to people.” The Purim challenge is how we choose to live in this world
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Hallel for Rosh Chodesh Adar Paragraph Two Print E-mail

HallelThe Chasid Ya’avetz continues his commentary on Hallel by pointing out that the Children of Israel sang because the miracles were a demonstration of God’s deep and abiding love for them. They saw beyond the miracles,
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Hallel for Rosh Chodesh Adar Paragraph Three Print E-mail

HallelThe Chasid Ya’avetz introduces this paragraph by explaining it as the praise of Israel when they have survived tragedy, and have experienced a ‘taste’ of the World to Come, a world of endless possibilities and potential -
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Hallel for Rosh Chodesh Adar: Paragraph Four Print E-mail

HallelThe “Servant of God” who is singing the Hallel sees life as a series of challenges to grow as a human being and maximize his potential. He understands that each situation promises an opportunity of eternal blessing as celebrated
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Hallel for Rosh Chodesh Adar: Paragraph Five Print E-mail

HallelI suspect that the Jews who heard of Haman’s decree did not celebrate God’s kindness, or perceive His truth, and yet, there were indications of both even in the darkest hours: Esther was Queen, and Mordechai saved the King’s life.
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