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Tanya: fundamental text of Chabad Chassidic philosophy, written by the movement’s founder, Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi in the 18th century; Tanya'' is the initial word of the book, which is also called Likkutei Amarim ("Collected Discourses'') and Sefer shel Beinonim ("The Book of the Intermediates'')
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An Overview of Tanya
A fast and exciting tour of the structure, contents and flow of Tanya, the foundational text of the Chabad system of chassidism. Perfect for complete beginners and seasoned scholars alike.
A panel discussion on how studying the foundational book of Chabad teachings has contributed tremendously in their personal spiritual development as Jews. Panelists: Mr. George Rohr, Professor Ran Kivetz, and Dr. Tzipi Glick; moderated by Mrs. Baila Olido...
The book of Tanya, a masterpiece of Chassidic philosophy, has captured the mind and heart of many. What is its message?
Monosim: Is there anything apart from G-d. Do we exist? How can we actualize monism?
The conclusion of the book of Tanya discusses the theme of observing Shabbat also on an inner dimension. (From an event celebrating the 19th of Kislev at Kehilath Jeshurun in Manhattan)
In the title page of Tanya, the Alter Rebbe lays out his objective to guide us in making our Judaism personal and practical.
A very short overview and background of the Alter Rebbe’s teachings in Tanya, and the final message conveyed at the very end of Tanya.
Mr. Bernard Perrin lives in Manchester, England. In the 1970’s the Rebbe commissioned him for an important project in the dissemination of Chassidism to the wider world. (1970's)
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