A Tzaddik and His Students Shloma Majeski

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Published: April 16th 2008

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158 pages


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A Tzaddik and His Students  by  Shloma Majeski

A Tzaddik and His Students by Shloma Majeski
April 16th 2008 | Nook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 158 pages | ISBN: | 6.39 Mb

Many Jews are attracted to spirituality but never think to look in their own religion to find it. Still more are unaware that chassidic philosophy and its practice are the “soul” and spiritual core of Judaism.The starting point of the chassidic wayMoreMany Jews are attracted to spirituality but never think to look in their own religion to find it.

Still more are unaware that chassidic philosophy and its practice are the “soul” and spiritual core of Judaism.The starting point of the chassidic way of life is a chassid’s connection to his or her Rebbe. But like many of the more spiritual concepts in Judaism, the role and function of a Rebbe — and the chassidic movement in general — has been largely cloaked in mystery, misinterpreted, or simply unknown.In this book, A Tzaddik and His Students: The Rebbe-Chassid Relationship, Rabbi Shloma Majeski takes the reader on a step-by-step journey into the spiritual world of the Rebbe-chassid relationship, explaining the nature and purpose of a tzaddik/Rebbe, his connection with his chassidim, and the relevance of this phenomenon in the lives of every human being today.Rabbi Shloma Majeski is the dean of Machon Chana Women’s Institute of Jewish Studies in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, home of the World Headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.

A renowned lecturer on chassidic philosophy for over thirty years, Rabbi Majeski is the author of the acclaimed book The Chassidic Approach to Joy and a tape series entitled “The Basic Principles of Chabad Chassidic Philosophy.”



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