Hasidic philosophy on how to eat "for the sake of heaven."
The key to overcoming obstacles in life is not to meet them with force.
In Pri Ha’aretz, Rabbi Menachem Mendel of Vitebsk’s commentary on the Torah, it states: It is well known from Proverbs ...
Hasidism is a philosophy of devotion, not self-help. But that doesn't mean it won't improve your life.
Beliefs & Practices
These practices are grounded in the Hasidic insight that all experiences, even difficult ones, are manifestations of the divine.
The Hasidic prayer practice of hitbodedut — talking to God freely in one's native tongue — helps to build intimacy over time.
Jewish texts teach that all humans are created in the image of God.
You've seen the black hats and long dresses--but who are the people underneath?
The founder of the Bais Ya'akov educational movement brought a revolution in the status of women in Orthodox Judaism.
A Hasidic Take on 9/11