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Enjoy these three beautiful Sukkot stories from all kinds of Chassidim. Heartwarming and inspiring stories to tell in your sukkah.
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Four Hasidic stories. Rosh Hashanah stories from Hasidic masters including the Baal Shem Tov and Rabbi Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev.
This Rebbe Rashab story was told by the Rebbe, Cheshvan 20 5737, November 13 1976. A story about learning a lesson in the laws of proper speech at the tailor.
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The joy and the tears all dissolved into one transcendent dance; a dance that captured the essence of joy and pain, ecstasy and agony – the indestructible core of life itself.
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Do we rise up to G-d, or does G-d descend to us? On Chanukah G-d descends to us an expression of G-d’s great love for His people.
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A discussion of family loyalty illustrates the idea of forgiveness in Judaism. A story of the Seer of Lublin.
Perspective and insight by Rabbi Meir of Premishlan as to how G-d runs the world and our misguided perception as to how we think the world is run.
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The Alter Rebbe, also known as Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi, is the founder of Chabad Chassidus and is considered to be one of the great Jewish mystics.
This article is a spiritual look at the rocket age. It addresses what the rocket age can teach us about living meaningful and fulfilling lives.
According to Talmud and other Jewish sources, what is the responsibility of a doctor? This Chassidic story illustrates the responsibility of a doctor.