musar


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musar

(mʊˈsɑː; Yiddish ˈmʊsə)
n
1. (Judaism) rabbinic literature concerned with ethics, right conduct, etc
2. (Judaism) any moralizing speech, esp one which is critical
[literally: instruction]
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Unlike Chateau Musar, the majority of Chateau Khoury's wines -- 70 percent -- is sold on the domestic market.
The core notion conveyed by musar is the teaching of the avoidance of faults.
One is by an advocate of the ideas of Rabbi Israel Lipkin Salanter (Lithuania, Germany, 1810-83), founder of the Musar (ethical) movement, Rabbi Eliyahu Dessler (Lithuania, Great Britain, Israel, 1892-1953), who wrote:
The development comes more than two years after Google's first attempt to get approval for launching the Street View service for Slovenia was turned down by the Information Commissioner because the company wanted to process the raw images of its recording Information Commissioner Nataša Pirc Musar made the announcement in a recent tweet, saying that Google's cars mounted with cameras would begin photographing Slovenian streets in the summer.
What: Traiteur, Park Hyatt Dubai's award-winning French restaurant, will be hosting a dinner that will feature rare wines by the famous Lebanese Chateaux Musar.
Chateau Musar was founded in 1935 by a Christian, Gaston Hochar, who planted French varietals Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsault, and Carignan.
Following an overview of Reconstructionist principles that embrace diversity of practice, and addressing those who seek to be grounded in Jewish thought and custom rather than bound by halakha (Jewish law), he discusses prayer, Torah study, the musar movement, the ethics of speech, family and sexual ethics, gender identity, community, and bioethics.
The tapas includes classics such as Lebanon's Chateau Musar and New Zealand's Cloudy Bay Te Koko.
Just as one remains a Musarnik even after one marls to the secular way of rife because once you've been exposed to Musar it invades the marrow of your bones and stays there forever so one does not stop being a poet even after one ceases to write poetry, which I've never stopped doing.
The Musar movement was a nineteenth-century Jewish pietistic movement focused on the cultivation of moral virtue.
Very few wines from the region are currently sold in multiple retailers in the UK although Chateau Musar, which is stocked by Waitrose and Majestic (rsp: [pounds sterling]17.
We enjoyed the Beaujolais selection and it was the first time tasting together for a long while, the previous time it was Chateau Musar, the iconic wine of Lebanon.