Nosson Sternhartz of Nemirov

Nathan of Bratslav (January 22, 1780 – December 20, 1844), also known as Reb Noson, born Nathan Sternhartz, was the chief disciple and scribe of Rebbe Naḥman of Bratslav, founder of the Bratslav stream of Ḥasidut. Reb Noson is credited with preserving, promoting and expanding the Breslov movement after the Rebbe's death. Rebbe Naḥman himself said, "Were it not for Reb Noson, not a page of my writings would have remained." (from his entry in Wikipedia)


ליקוטי תפילות חלק א׳ תפילה קמ״ה | Prayer for Sukkot (Liqutei Tefilot I:145), by Reb Nosson Sternhartz of Nemirov (early 19th century)

Contributed on: כ״ב בתמוז ה׳תשע״ט (2019-07-25) by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Nosson Sternhartz of Nemirov |

A prayer for Sukkot linking the theme of home building and receiving Torah with a warning not to eat animals and to extend ones compassion to all creatures. . . .

ליקוטי תפילות חלק א׳ תפילה לז | Likutei Tefilot I:37, by Reb Nosson Steinhartz of Nemirov (early 19th century)

Contributed on: כ״ז באייר ה׳תשע״ח (2018-05-12) by Nosson Sternhartz of Nemirov |

Reb Nosson’s Likutei Tefillot I:37 contains teḥinot derived from Rebbe Naḥman’s Likutei Moharan I:§37. . . .

ליקוטי תפילות ב:יא | Prayer for the Ability to Pray Alone by Reb Natan of Nemirov from the teachings of Rebbe Naḥman (from Likutei Tefillot 2:11)

Contributed on: י״ב באלול ה׳תשע״א (2011-09-11) by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Nosson Sternhartz of Nemirov |

Master of the Universe, grant me the ability to be alone; may it be my custom to go outdoors each day among the trees and grass — among all growing things and there may I be alone, and enter into התבודדות(hitbodedut) prayer, to talk with the One to whom I belong. . . .