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The Knife Act

She flattened her back against the wall. Opposite her stood a man, who threw a knife at her. The knife flew swift as lightning and stuck in the wall beside her…

Someone is Listening

Yehudit continues her spiritual odyssey that began in the IDF, and then to being a knife girl in the circus, to Thailand, Japan, and India searching for that “Someone”…

Mount Abu and Home

Yehudit understood in her soul that her journey to Mount Abu was a journey to death. She had to say farewell to the material world, for from there one does not return...

Getting Ahead

Breslev Israel is delighted to tell the story of Hollywood screenwriter Tzvi Fishman’s journey from the world of cinema to the world of Torah and kedusha...

Turnaround

Someone told him that his life until now was an uninterrupted course of mistakes, contrary to the will of God. He understood that he had to turn it around...

The Greatest Director

When Tzvi Fischman realized the unbelievable miracles that were happening in his life, he came to the conclusion that there’s a much greater director than Spielberg…

Light at The End of The Cave

The cave was breathtaking. The sunlight filtered down, the water changed color, fish of all sizes and colors swam around them – the divers were drawn inside like a magnet…

The Glowing Blue Door

There was no logical way that Yossi could have escaped from that underwater cave. He had no oxygen left, but a six-minute ascent to the surface still awaited him…

The Last Minute

The woman ceased speaking, and her husband went on with the story. He had been thrown from the car, as if a hidden hand had pulled him out at the last minute...

A Bell Rings in Israel

Avraham Bell, biotech researcher and talented artist, has made an amazing odyssey from his black-American birth in North Carolina to the hills of emuna in Ramat Bet Shemesh…

Step by Step

Each one of us has our own story to tell, so perhaps through relating our journey, we can learn from one another and inspire those still at a crucial juncture in their lives…

One Cool Jew

“Shmali, what kinda weird name is that?” At the time I had no clue that Shmali was short for Shma Yisrael – the coolest name ever – so befitting for one cool Jew…

The Ashram Rebbe

Yotam had gone to the Ashram to figure out what this whole “third eye” thing was about. He is a bright guy, cynical enough not to let any Guru pull the wool over his eyes…