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Kabbalah,Mysticism & Chassidus

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  1. What Chabad Really Believes

    What Chabad Really Believes

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    Beginning with the evolution of Chassidic mysticism—commencing with the Baal Shem Tov—the book’s narrative is ultimately drawn to the climactic nature of our present era. Penned as an encounter between two friends, Danni and Jay, the manuscript is interlaced with their animated interaction. This occurs as Danni, the more observant of the two, shares Chassidic insights with his disenfranchised friend, Jay, during a flight to Poland on an education Jewish Federation mission. When Danni speaks out in Treblinka, it causes an inner shift in Jay, leaving him spiritually inspired and motivated. Yet, at the same time he grows increasingly perturbed over his seemingly insurmountable religious predicament. Danni eases Jay’s distress through the teachings of Chassidus as it relates to our particular age and to each individual.

    In Jay’s character the author attempts to address the prevalent state of affairs within the broader Jewish community—the untold number of religiously challenged, due to a lack of Jewish education. How many Jays are out there?

    The “creative literary” style of this book is designed to convey the core principles of Chassidic philosophy in a most palpable, user friendly fashion. Learn More

  2. The Inside Story, #1 Genesis

    The Inside Story, #1 Genesis

    $23.75

    A Chassidic Perspective on Biblical Events, Laws, and Personalities

    The Inside Story is a journey into the fascinating and empowering world of the Torah’s inner meanings. What did God really want to happen when He put a man, a woman, a serpent, and a forbidden tree together in a garden, and what does this tell us about our own transgressions and debacles? How do we build our own “Noah’s ark” to escape the flood of material worries and cares that threaten to drown our spiritual sensitivities? Why do certain things pursue us no matter how much we try to avoid them? Which is the more important goal to pursue, tranquility or joy? The eighty essays in this volume, which are based on the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s writings and talks, each explore an event or insight from one of the twelve weekly Torah readings of the book of Genesis to illuminate the big questions of life as well as its most rudimentary concerns. Learn More

  3. The Letter & The Spirit #3

    The Letter & The Spirit #3

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    THE LETTER AND THE SPIRIT is a collection of English correspondence of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, written to the individual, yet with a relevant message and lesson for the many.

    Rabbi Dr. Nissan Mindel , personal secretary of the Rebbe for over four decades and responsible for his correspondence, describes in fascinating detail in his comprehensive introduction to this multi-volume compendium, the process by which the Rebbe’s letters were written.

    The thousands of letters of the Rebbe, a copy of which he entrusted to Rabbi Mindel, were carefully preserved and categorized by Rabbi Mindel , some of which were then chosen and prepared for publication, with permission from the Rebbe. This project, particularly dear to his heart, Rabbi Mindel did so that the holy wisdom contained in the letters would continue to guide and comfort countless others. He selected the letters with care and maintained his high standards of strict confidentiality by removing any clue that might compromise the identity of the person to whom the letter was written.

    Rabbi Mindel organized these letters into numerous topics and wrote an introduction to each section, highlighting the particular subject of the section. These topics cover a broad range of interests, questions and situations, matters of great importance to the reader. Learn More

  4. GPS For The Soul (on Tanya) - Russian Edition

    GPS For The Soul (on Tanya) - Russian Edition

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    GPS For The Soul

    A clear, easy to understand exploration of the Tanya's essential concepts. Learn More

  5. Studies In Rashi #2 Shemos

    Studies In Rashi #2 Shemos

    $23.75

    Beginning in late 1964, after the passing of his mother, Rebbetzin Chana, the Rebbe began dedicating a segment of his weekly Shabbat public gatherings to the study of Rashi`s classic biblical commentary. What soon emerged was an innovative method for both the study and analysis of the Bible`s pre-eminent commentator, and Bible study itself. These talks continued for more than twenty-five years.

    The publication of Studies in Rashi aims to open this unique dimension of the Rebbe`s scholarship to the ever-growing numbers of English speaking students aspiring to serious textual study.

    The essays were translated by Rabbi Y. Eliezer Danzinger, and are fully annotated in Hebrew and English. The volume is further enhanced with a detailed bibliography and comprehensive index. Learn More

  6. Rosh Hashanah 5659

    Rosh Hashanah 5659

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    Three discourses by Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn of Lubavitch

    On the second of Rosh Hashanah, 5659 (1898), Rabbi Shalom Dovber Schneersohn, fifth Rebbe of Chabad-Lubavitch, delivered a Chasidic discourse, and with it began a series of discourses. In the course of the High Holidays, Rabbi Shalom DovBer delivered another two discourses, building on various points in the first discourse. Over the course of Sukkot and the ensuing weeks, the Rebbe continued delivering further discourses in the series. The series contained a total of eight discourses.

    A collection of 3 chasidic discourses by Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn. The discourses in this series are among the first with which students of Chabad Yeshivot are initiated into more complex chasidic texts, and the current work presents an English translation of the first three discourses in this classic series. Learn More

  7.  Tanya with Nekudus (and tzunim Umekoros) תניא עם נקודת

    Tanya with Nekudus (and tzunim Umekoros) תניא עם נקודת

    $22.50

    בניקוד ופיסוק מלא 'מדור פנינים' הדרכות מעשיות תולדות חיי בעל התניא Learn More
  8. The Long Shorter Way, Discourses on Chassidic Thought

    The Long Shorter Way, Discourses on Chassidic Thought

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    The Long Shorter Way, Discourses on Chassidic Thought

    The Long Shorter Way is a major interpretation and exploration of Chasidism, based on a series of lectures delivered by Rabbi Adin Even-Israel Steinsaltz on Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi’s classic Chasidic work, the Tanya. Like the Tanya itself, The Long Shorter Way focuses on the profound dilemma of the beinoni, the intermediate person who, neither purely wicked nor purely good, must struggle with evil and temptation throughout his or her life. In each chapter, Rabbi Steinsaltz elucidates the complex nature of man as he strives to attain unity with the Divine One, compelling the reader to deep personal inspection. Learn More

  9. Beyond The Letter of the Law,  A Chassidic Companion to the Talmud's Ethics of the Fathers

    Beyond The Letter of the Law, A Chassidic Companion to the Talmud's Ethics of the Fathers

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    Beyond The Letter of the Law

    60 Essays Based on the Teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson

    In this volume, the reader will find the Rebbe’s ideas on freedom of choice, divine providence, absolute and relative truth, good and evil, love, ego and the nature of the physical reality. Here one will find the Rebbe addressing the paradoxes of the human condition, the tensions engendered by polar pulls upon our lives by communality and individuality, elitism and equality, personal growth and productivity, selfhood and the yen for transcendence. Here one will find the Rebbe’s perspective on education, marriage, language, property, business, food and crime. Here one will find the Rebbe’s views on “religious” issues such as What defines a Jew?, dogmatism and human creativity in Torah, religion and state, the function of the mitzvah, reward and retribution, Moshiach and the World to Come. In a word, these sixty essays present the reader with a broad cross-section of the Rebbe’s unique vision of life through the lens of Torah. Learn More

  10. Studies In Rashi #3 Vayikra

    Studies In Rashi #3 Vayikra

    $23.75

    Studies In Rashi #3 Vayikra

    Beginning in late 1964, after the passing of his mother, Rebbetzin Chana, the Rebbe began dedicating a segment of his weekly Shabbat public gatherings to the study of Rashi`s classic biblical commentary. What soon emerged was an innovative method for both the study and analysis of the Bible`s pre-eminent commentator, and Bible study itself. These talks continued for more than twenty-five years.

    The publication of Studies in Rashi aims to open this unique dimension of the Rebbe`s scholarship to the ever-growing numbers of English speaking students aspiring to serious textual study.

    The essays were translated by Rabbi Y. Eliezer Danzinger, and are fully annotated in Hebrew and English. The volume is further enhanced with a detailed bibliography and comprehensive index. Learn More

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