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Rebbe Nachman's Fables from Ancient Days: The Lost Princess

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"The Lost Princess" is the first of Rebbe Nachman's 13 Fables from Ancient Days. As Harav Ginsburgh explains, this story provides the background for the other fables.

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(This class was given on the 20th of Elul, 5764 in Toronto)

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