Collected in this volume are over one thousand of the most popular and trenchant aphorisms of the past several centuries of hasidic teaching that have captured the heart and soul of world Jewry since the birth of Hasidism. Most remarkable about these pithy hasidic sayings is how they combine the wisdom of Jewish tradition with sound modern psychological and spiritual insight. The book is divided into thirty brief chapters on issues that have relevance to every human being: love and hate, faith, truth, the inner life, heaven and hell, leadership, loneliness, friendship, piety, anger, music, poverty, righteousness, prayer, charity, and repentance. The reader will find in this newest and most clearly focused treasure of hasidic doctrine a touching and heart-warming collection of profound revelations on spirituality, Torah, human relationships, and personal growth. Hasidic Wisdom.
Editor/Author: Simcha Raz | Translated by: Dov Peretz Elkins and Jonathan Elkins
Publication Year: 1997 | Location: Northvale, NJ | ISBN: 0-7657-9972-3
Book Type: Hardcover | Pages: 325