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Darko shel Bet ha-din la-ʻavodah bi-fesiḳato

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        LC Classifications1976
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        Paginationxvi, 116 p. :
        Number of Pages70
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He also dispensed punishments, the most severe of which was denying a Hasid the right to visit his court. We have a responsibility to respond to this and spend extra time with our grandparents as a compensation. Its main innovation is expressed in the distinction between the tsadik and the benoni middling or average person. Shneur Zalman apparently distinguished between teachings appropriate to the community at large, which he included in his principal work, and esoteric teachings, which were meant just for the few and which he was scrupulous in expressing only orally.

Preference was given to new Hasidim, who had not yet met with him, over veteran Hasidim, who were permitted to visit just once a year aside from four holidays, when all Hasidim were permitted to gather there. In response, Avraham instituted an alternative mechanism for raising money.

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The Law Faculty of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem : inaugurated November 27th, 1949. Like other tsadikim of his generation, he wrestled with the question of the correct way to transmit the Hasidic manner of serving God to the growing general public of new adherents. To fill the gap in leadership they had left behind, they appointed Shneur Zalman and two other men as substitutes. Shneur Zalman closely supervised the activities of these congregations, both by means of local leaders and through emissaries.

When he realized, however, that he was powerless to impose his authority over Shneur Zalman, Avraham severed relations with him completely, in 1806.

With the advance of the French, Shneur Zalman and his family fled from the.

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We have a responsibility because we now see the preciousness of our lives, of every bracha, of every call with a loved one, of every sugya and of every conversation and step we take with respect to those who are no longer with us. Perhaps we will just leave it at that, then—incomprehensible and despicable.

The informer argued that Hasidism was a new religion, forbidden by law; that its leaders encouraged young people to steal money from their parents; and that Shneur Zalman was sending large sums of money out of the country without authorization. The central activity of the court was the sermon that Shneur Zalman delivered to his Hasidim, intended to guide them in the service of God. The middling person, by contrast, keeps all the commandments of the Torah fully but still struggles with earthly desires.