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The secret hidden within the title
You may be familiar with the Tanya, the fundamental text of Chabad Chassidic philosophy. But why is it called by that name?
We begin learning the teachings, or Torahs of the Ba'al Shem Tov from the texts. How do these teachings come to us? What are the central ideas of the Ba'al Shem Tov's doctrine as transmitted to his circle of students and beyond? Finally, what makes them s...
Adults in Austin study texts, attend lectures and spend time with visiting rabbinical students
Fifth-generation Texan Adam Kaman has long toyed with the idea of studying in yeshivah. But with a growing family and full-time job in the corporate offices of an Austin-based food retailer, he has not been able to actualize that dream. This summer, howev...
R. Menachem Mendel constantly encouraged people in possession of manuscripts to publish them, and scholars to publish their own works.
Years-Long Project of Revealing a True Treasure
“I am ascending to heaven, and I leave my writings with you.” These were among the last words uttered by Rabbi Sholom DovBer of Lubavitch (henceforth: Rashab), shortly before his passing on 2 Nissan 5680 (1920). The statement served almost as Rashab’s “wi...
A list of classic Chasidic texts in English.
The “one size fits all” life manual
The Tanya compacts four millennia of Jewish wisdom to answer the great personal and existential questions of life. It has revolutionized the way we think about G‑d, the human soul, the world and our place in it.
עִנְיָנָהּ שֶׁל תּוֹרַת הַחֲסִידוּת
This landmark discourse explores the contribution of Chasidus to a far deeper and expanded understanding of Torah. The Rebbe analyzes the relationship Chasidus has with Kabbalah, the various dimensions of the soul, the concept of Moshiach and the Divine a...
Scholarship is usually associated with literacy and text, but in the Jewish tradition, oral discourse has always played at least an equal role. Text is static. It is both limited and limiting. But a conversation is fluid and the possibilities are endless....
New materials and online classes for monumental 1912 work
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