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Adj.1.Chasidic - of or relating to the Jewish Hasidim or its members or their beliefs and practices
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Travel has long been a passion for Ostreicher, who grew up in North London's Chasidic community, watching the Concorde fly overhead.
Leiby Kletzky was an 8-year-old Chasidic child from Brooklyn.
60) The content of Graham's religion did not concern the magazine: with the exception of the single mention of receiving Christ, the article might as well have been describing the preaching tour of a Hindu Sanyassi, Chasidic Rebbe, or Muslim Imam.
The Chasidic masters taught that one can understand the locus of enslavement, Mitzrayim (normally read as the land of Egypt), to be any constricted state of mind, a narrowing of consciousness in which we are blind to our choices.
Rabbi Fogelman, who has earned advanced degrees in Jewish day school administration and Chasidic philosophy in New York, came to Worcester in 1942 and proceeded to organize Chabad houses in Framingham, Westboro, Natick, Milford, Sudbury and Wellesley.
99) tells of a summer in paradise in Hawaii with an aunt--but Marne realizes her Hawaii stay will be filled with challenges when she confronts a much-changed aunt and the foreign culture of a Chasidic rabbi.
Taking a Chasidic approach that emphasizes the mystical-spiritual aspects of the goals an individual should strive for, Overcoming Folly guides the reader in means to overcome stumbling blocks to enlightenment.
The social and soul identities of Chasidic Jews are obvious with their way of dressing.
On November 30, 2006, a group of Chasidic teens from Antwerp was attacked by young Muslims in northeast Belgium.
Goldfinger was born into a Chasidic family in Hungary after World War II.
The notion derives from a comment by the Vilna Gaon and probably reflects his antipathy toward the Chasidic concept of the tzaddik.
A welcome and seminal addition to Judaic Studies in general, and Chasidic Studies in particular, Nurturing Faith is ably translated and annotated by Rabbi Yosef Marcus, and is enhanced with additional annotation by Rabbi Ari Sollish.