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Rabbi Nachman teaches,

The word K a ShYA – a “difficulty” or “question” – consists of the initial letters of the verse ” Sh ‘ma Y -K-V-K K oli E kra: Hear, God, my voice – I cry….” (Psalms 27:7).

When you cry out in your heart, this itself is an aspect of faith. You may have many doubts and questions, but when you cry out in your heart it shows that you still have a spark of true faith.

Without this spark, you would not cry out at all. Your very cry is therefore an aspect of faith. Understand this.

This cry can also bring you to faith. The cry itself is an aspect of faith, but it is still very weak. Yet this very cry can elevate and strengthen your faith until all your questions disappear.

Even if you have not yet attained this, the cry itself is very beneficial.

Sichot Haran #146

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