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R. Yaakov Yitzchak Horowitz, "Seer of Lublin"

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They could remember occasions when there was no meat or fish, but whoever heard of being without onions?
They could remember occasions when there was no meat or fish, but whoever heard of being without onions?
There once lived a certain pious, young scholar, G‑d-fearing and pure of heart, who invested all his time and energy in Torah learning . . .
The king loved the old harp player's melodies, but it was annoying when the old man interrupted his songs frequently to tune his rickety instrument...
The chassidic sage Rabbi Dov Ber of Radoschitz once asked his teacher and master, the famed "Seer of Lublin" about the right path to the service of G-d...
All throught the night, whenever this clock sounded the hour, the guest leapt from his bed and danced for joy. "it's quite an ordinary clock," said the surprised innkeeper
One Friday, the famed "Seer of Lublin" was traveling with some of his disciples when they arrived at a crossroads. The wagon driver asked which way to turn. Surprisingly, the Seer didn't seem to know what to answer. Shrugging, he said, "Loosen the reins. ...
Teshuvah, “repentance,” is as old as time itself. From the time of the creation of the world, when G‑d created the possibility of sin, G‑d also gave us the ability to repent, or, better translated, "to return" to our original state of being—G‑dly creation...
The door of the decorated coach opened, and an elegantly dressed gentleman stepped out.
“My daughter is betrothed to a fine young man, but I have no idea of how to pay for the wedding.”
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