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Concepts in Chassidic Philosophy

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Secret Steps to Jewish Happiness
A sequential approach to self improvement from the author's perspective and topics important to personal growth in the modern age.
When the Infinite Light takes form to create a world, its simplicity allows it to become all things. But if it becomes all things, how does it remain simple? This is the secret of the most utterly simple: Even within form, it holds memory of its simplicit...
Chief Rabbi Sir Jonathan Sacks is a philosophy graduate of Cambridge University. He tells the following story. After graduating, he spent some time studying in yeshiva at Kfar ChaBaD in Israel. On one occasion, he was studying Hassidism with a chassidic s...
Reflections on the theology of Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe
This extraordinary book explores the drama of creation, the fusion of holiness inside the mundane, the spiritual role and function of Mitzvot, the afterlife, and much more.
You don’t have to ignore your achievements to be humble.
True confidence is best found in those who are truly humble.
In the union of man and woman shines the essence of all that is holy and divine.
There is none else beside Him (4:36) Rabbi Binyomin Kletzker, a Chabad chassid and disciple of Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, was a lumber merchant. One year, while he was adding up the annual accounts, he inadvertently filled in under a column of figures...
A chassidic businessman came to my grandfather. This was a man who always kept Gates of Light and The Gate of Faith in his breast pocket, and was fluent in both.
Worry leaves no room for life. Be simple and open to heaven's downpour.
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