An Allegorical Reading By Rabbi Erez Moshe Doron (111 Pages)Publisher: Breslov Research Institute, 2007
Kings and slaves, rogues and wise men, riddles and puzzles, a magical instrument and a mysterious garden . . . these are but a few of the appealing elements woven into a unique tale by a master of the human psyche, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov.
For centuries, Rebbe Nachman's stories have charmed in their simplicity and piqued the curiosity of those seeking their hidden wisdom. Until very recently, however, the full meaning of these stories has been beyond the grasp of the casual reader.
Rabbi Erez Moshe Doron, a dynamic Breslov teacher and founder of Lev HaDevarim ("Heart of the Matter"), an outreach organization for young Jewish seekers, strips away the simple meaning of this tale to reveal but one of the wondrous messages pulsating beneath the surface. Startling in its insight and reverberating in its truth, The Exchanged Children takes in the sweep of life from cradle to grave, touching on man's deepest yearnings for happiness, success and meaning. It will change the way you look at life, and at your own potential for greatness.