The Empty Chair

The Empty Chair – Finding Hope and Joy “Always remember: joy is not merely incidental to your spiritual quest. It is vital.” Rebbe Nachman of Breslov A treasury of insights and advice for living joyously and spiritually today, for people of all faiths—and no faith. One of the great spiritual masters, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772–1810) is among the most often quoted of the Hasidic masters. Even after two centuries, his teachings have a potent, meaningful message: Never lose hope; find joy and cause for happiness in everything that happens to you. In The Empty Chair, his powerful wisdom brings us inspiration for life today. Rebbe Nachman speaks to a spiritually seeking generation in strong and uplifting ways.Teacher, guide and spiritual master, Rebbe Nachman provides vital words of inspiration for life today.    With timeless insight and wisdom, Rebbe Nachman shows us how to fill the empty chair—the alienated self—by leaving sadness and finding hope and joy.   Compiled by Moshe Mykoff. Softcover, 115 pages.  
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description of book The Empty Chair – Finding Hope and Joy “Always remember: joy is not merely incidental to your spiritual quest. It is vital.” Rebbe Nachman of Breslov A treasury of insights and advice for living joyously and spiritually today, for people of all faiths—and no faith. One of the great spiritual masters, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov (1772–1810) is among the most often quoted of the Hasidic masters. Even after two centuries, his teachings have a potent, meaningful message: Never lose hope; find joy and cause for happiness in everything that happens to you. In The Empty Chair, his powerful wisdom brings us inspiration for life today. Rebbe Nachman speaks to a spiritually seeking generation in strong and uplifting ways.Teacher, guide and spiritual master, Rebbe Nachman provides vital words of inspiration for life today.    With timeless insight and wisdom, Rebbe Nachman shows us how to fill the empty chair—the alienated self—by leaving sadness and finding hope and joy.   Compiled by Moshe Mykoff. Softcover, 115 pages.  

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Rabbi Chaim Kramer

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