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  Hashgacha pratis

I scrolled thru the stories which to read and decided to read this one & I can relate so well to it currently and was exactly what I needed to read

Anonymous6/24/2021 10:11:59 PM
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  what is the source?
I am devoted to Rebbe Nachman's teachings and have been to Uman twice so far. I delight in Rabbi Arush's books. Yet I see no basis for the statement that Rabbi Arush is watching over me. This is illogical and baseless.
ben ribner4/10/2013 11:37:21 PM
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  Great things happen through great people.
Hashem could have had anyone for this message. It could have been words from a popular song on the radio, or his car could have broken down before the driver died. Hashem chose Rabbi Arush to be his vehicle.
Yosef Kenner3/4/2013 4:34:23 AM
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  I agree with the other comments - HASHEM
too often Rebbeim are deified. This is a major flaw. Even the Moshiach l'havdil will not deify himself and certainly will know that it is _Hashem_ that is the True Savior, Melech Goael Umoshiah. Tzaddikim are here to link us to Hashem, not to become objects of worship. Rachmana Litzlan, may Hashem inspire us to worship only him, no man, no image, no idol, nothing but Him and Him alone with all our hearts, our minds, and our souls, the entire world in peace as One.
Anonymous,8/13/2012 6:46:56 AM
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  Hashem saved the man
yes, rav arush is a great blessing to all of us. but it was Hashem who organized all the events here, not a human being. please re-check this article. it is disturbing to read someone attributing powers to a human that should be only to Hashem. please fix this.
a jew8/4/2012 3:54:25 PM
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I agree completely with your article and the fact that Rabbi Arush is a great great tzaddik...but i think its Hashem who decided to put the student at the right place on the right moment with the right cd for this man...isn't it called Hashgaha pratit?
ann7/30/2012 1:29:18 PM
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