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R. Aaron of Karlin

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The chassid hurried through the streets of Karlin, heading to the home of Rabbi Aharon. Suddenly a Russian policeman stood before him, blocking his path. Immediately the chassid’s hands were bound . . .
"Traveling to the Rebbe gives me special powers," the chassid claimed. "I can read people's thoughts."
Why did the great chassidic master Rabbi Aaron of Karlin faint when he came to the word “Hamelech” in the Rosh Hashanah prayers?
In his 36 years of life, Rabbi Aharon (“the Great”) of Karlin (1736-1772) did much to spread the teachings of Chassidism in Lita (Lithuania-Belarus). One of the foremost students of the Maggid of Mezritch and a prominent scholar and teacher in his own rig...
Question: When I started all this, I felt so excited about being Jewish and following all the laws, but now it is such a struggle and kind of feels like this heavy burden. Like a bunch of can't do this and that, and have to do this and this. But I also do...
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