Uman is a Breslever birthday.
If you ask a Breslever Chassid how old he is, he’ll answer “eight” or “ten” or “sixteen”, dependant on the number of times he’s been to Uman on Rosh Hashana. Everyone that participates in the Rosh Hashana gathering in Uman has a share in the Geula, the full redemption of our people.
This week's Torah portion is Nitzavim-Vayelech.
This week is your last chance to send a Pidyon Nefesh to Rabbi Shalom Arush, if you'd like for him to pray for you in Uman this coming Erev Rosh Hashana.