Rebbe Nachman’s Fables from Ancient Days: The Seven Beggars
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“The Seven Beggars” is the last of Rebbe Nachman’s 13 Fables from Ancient Days. Throughout the lecture, Harav Ginsburgh retells the story and then explains its inner meaning.
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(This class was given on the 21th of Elul, 5764 in Toronto)