Sunday, March 14, 2010

Rabbis Moshe Weinberger, Chaim Kramer, and Jonathan Rietti at Breslov Dinner!

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On 4 Iyar 5570 (1810), Rebbe Nachman left Breslov and moved to Uman. Rebbe Nachman had hinted at this final journey many years before and this would prove to be one of the greatest historical journeys in modern day Jewish history. Fast forward 200 years and 25,000 + Jews make the annual pilgrimage to Rebbe Nachman’s Tzion every Rosh HaShanah. What secrets did Uman possess to initiate this change? What did he promise? And why is this so relevant today?

Join together with the Breslov Research Institute on April 25th, 2010 in Great Neck, NY – two hundred years after the Rebbe’s arrival in Uman for an awe inspiring evening and discover the answers to one of the most mysterious events in our times. The night will feature a Gala Dinner, speeches by Rabbis Moshe Weinberger, Jonathon Rietti and Chaim Kramer. There will be a video presentation: Uman, Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow featuring never seen before video footage of “covert” Uman trips in the 60’s under the Communist watch.

Don’t miss this chance to be part of history!

All proceeds will go to Tzadaka benefiting the Breslov Research Institute, the primary publisher of Rebbe Nachman’s works in English, French, Modern Hebrew, Spanish and Russian.

For more information or to reserve, please CLICK HERE.

Also, to see a high quality video of Rabbi Chaim Kramer, founder and head of the Breslov Research Institute, giving a shiur, click on their home page HERE.

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