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Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi

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Section 1 The first letters of the words of the verse, Shir HaShirim 6:3. אני לדודי ודודי לי — “I am my Beloved’s and my Beloved is mine,” spell out the name אלול — Elul.Avudraham, The Order of the Prayers of Rosh HaShanah, ch. 1; Pri Etz Chayim, Shaar Ro...
Selections From Torah Or and Likkutei Torah: Festivals Classic Chassidic Discourses by Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi Book
Selected discourses from the founder of the Chabad Chasidic philosophy's great works: Torah Ohr and Likkutei Torah. This edition focuses on Rabbi Schneur Zalman`s insights on the festivals. It has been the custom for Chasidim to study the discourses in To...
Everywhere Revealed How everyone, children included, can apprehend the unknowable essence of G-d
In a single cryptic sentence R. Schneur Zalman of Liaidi pushed the limits of divine knowledge to an unprecedentedly esoteric height and paradoxically declared that the loftiest peak is openly accessible to all.
Chassidic Discourse on Circumcision "On that very day, Avrohom was circumcised..."
“On that very day, Abraham was circumcised.”Bereishis 17:26. Many Torah commentaries pose the question: Why didn’t Abraham circumcise himself beforehand? [The TalmudYoma 28b. declares, that Abraham] fulfilled the entire Torah before it was given, includin...
A new translation of this classic primary text of Chassidic thought in easy-to-read, contemporary English.
We already know from our sages that the purpose behind creation of this world is G‑d's desire to dwell in the lowest realms. But what did they mean by lowest?
Purim transcends rationality
תניא The Book of Tanya in its Hebrew Original Book
The fundamental work of Chabad Chasidus, composed to show all Jews how to achieve their spiritual potential.
This is what man is all about; this is the purpose of his creation and of the creation of all the worlds, sublime and lowly -- to make for G-d a dwelling in the physical world ... A little bit of light dispels a lot of darkness ...
The Splitting of the Sea brought the revelation of the higher level of the soul.
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