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An engaging, fresh and practical take on the day celebrated as the New Year of Chassidism.

What the Chassidic New Year Means to You

What the Chassidic New Year Means to You

A 19 Kislev Thought

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What the Chassidic New Year Means to You: A 19 Kislev Thought

An engaging, fresh and practical take on the day celebrated as the New Year of Chassidism.
Kislev 19
Yisroel Glick is a writer, researcher, and student of Torah and of life. After receiving a degree in biomedical science and rabbinic ordination, he traveled across the US serving the needs of Jews living in regional communities with limited spiritual infrastructure. He now lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two children, and is passionate about the power of information and committed to providing it in a way that empowers people.
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Carlos Cervantes December 2, 2015

Agree with the medulla oblongada comment,uniqueness in rational intellect and spiritual yearning, but why colonized by making it divine? What tribe of self appointed divinity claims this enigma? This is certainly not a universal truth. Carlos Cervantes student of theology and research. Reply

Sherrie Salt Lake City. December 1, 2015

Making the world Divine. How complex in its simplicity. I hope I can contribute through daily interactions with others! Reply

Sam Nietsnorb USA December 1, 2015

Wow!
Well brought out and to the point.
The moving around kept me from getting bored! Reply

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