The great adversary at the beginning of the drawing close to Breslov:
Even on gentiles there is not cruelty like this! (like on?) Breslov, yes. Just the name Breslov, and I, I merited to be so strong, I stood up against all the greats, greats that were acclaimed and acknowledged in the whole world! Tiberius is a small town, I merited to see a Breslov Chusid, and I stood up, Thank God, in war with all the greats. I saw one of the men of Rabbainu, Rabbi Yisroel Karduner, how he served Hashem, with what strength, with what wisdom, with what clinging, he was completely bound to H”Y. Midnight, this is very hard service. And he went to the field at night, no one knew from him, and he went to the forest, and he cried before H”Y, he cried for us, in order to rectify us. He had five children. An only son, Mordichai, and a daughter Esther. Mordichai and Esther. What he endured in this world it is impossible to describe, to tell, to perceive, such strength, such wisdom, such a tzadik, such holiness, there still has never been such a thing in the world. Rabbi Yisroel Karduner. He was bound and attached to our holy master. It was sufficient for me to recognize one of Rabbainu's men.