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Rabbi Schneur Zalman; adapted by Tzvi Freeman

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A webinar exploring a powerful letter from R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi on higher consciousness.
A webinar exploring a powerful letter from R. Schneur Zalman of Liadi on higher consciousness.
Celebrating Your Jewishness
Glossary for this chapter: Emunah: Generally translated as “faith.” That word, however, bears connotations of ignorance and naiveté for most of us. In Tanya, emunah is described an innate conviction that transcends, rather than avoids, reason. Indeed, “wi...
This chapter presents the chassidic manifesto of unconditional love towards every Jew. how to have it and how to use it.
How to deal with anxiety and worry, depression and self-pity, nagging guilt, feelings of inadequacy and self-blame. Only once liberated from all the above can the soul soar freely.
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?
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