These are some quotes from Rebbe Nachman’s ‘Sefer Ha-Middot’ ‘The Aleph Bet Book’
May they be a help to myself and all of us to come to true teshuvah and to come closer to Hashem the Merciful and Compassionate One.
When a person is humble, it is as if he offered all the different sacrifices.
Anyone who confesses his sin has a share in the World to Come.
When a person cries at night, his voice is heard and the stars and constellations cry with him.
Sin saps a person’s strength.
When a person feels remorse for having commited a sin, he is forgiven for all his sins.
When one sighs he becomes a new person.
For repenting wholeheartedly, the Holy One gives a person a “heart” through which he can truly know him.
When a person confesses, G-d loves him benevolently and removes His anger from him.
When a person is embarrassed by his sins, G-d deals charitably with him.
When you want to repent, ask the Tzaddik to bring you before G-d.
Sins are atoned through loving kindness and truth.
By asking G-d for His love, He will cover over your transgressions.
The best way to rectify the negative effects of one’s sins is through humility.
By crying out your prayers, G-d will forgive you.
G-d is appeased by a person’s confession, which is like his having built an altar and brought a sacrifice.
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