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Shoshannah Brombacher

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How Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi discovered a new way to serve G-d
A teaching about the dream of Joseph, invoking the Kabbalistic narrative of the shattered vessels, and using gender to recast the tzaddik's role in the universal hierarchy of the cosmos—with which R. Schneur Zalman’s chassidic path began.
Artist’s Statement: The chassidic Jews of Eastern Europe loved to tell stories. Many anecdotes about their rebbes (rabbis, or spiritual leaders) contained profound spiritual, allegorical and philosophical truths, hidden in layers of simple folk tales. A g...
Rabban Gamliel would say: Whoever does not discuss the following three things on Passover, has not fulfilled his obligation: the passover offering, matzah and maror. The passover offering, which our ancestors ate during the time of the Holy Temple - for w...
How much more so should we be grateful to G‑d for the doubled and redoubled goodness that He has bestowed upon us. For He has, taken us out of Egypt; and carried out judgments against them; and against their idols; and smote their first-born; and gave us ...
These are the Ten Plagues which the Holy One, blessed be He, brought upon the Egyptians: Blood. Frogs. Lice. Wild Beasts. Pestilence. Boils. Hail. Locust. Darkness. Slaying of the First-born. -From the Passover Haggadah
At the beginning of the Seder we announce: This is the bread of affliction that our fathers ate in the land of Egypt. Whoever is hungry, let him come and eat; whoever is in need, let him come and conduct the Seder of Passover. This year we are here; next ...
Six delightful color drawings by chassidic artist Shoshannah Brombacher
Now the king of Egypt spoke to the Hebrew midwives... "When you deliver the Hebrew women, and you see on the birthstool, if it is a son, you shall put him to death..."
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A Prayer-Song attributed to Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev
Just You. Again You. Always You!You! You! You!
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