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A branch of Hasidism, today Chabad's 4,000 full-time emissary families apply 250 year-old principles and philosophy to direct more than 3,300 institutions (and a workforce that numbers in the tens of thousands) dedicated to the welfare of the Jewish people worldwide.
This page is devoted to the appreciation and sharing of Hasidic stories. The creators and adapters of these stories and essays are inspired by the Hasidic tradition of conveying values and soulfulness through stories.
Kabbalah and Hasidism from the teachings of Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh, who was guided in his religious development by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, under the auspices of the Gal Einai Institute. The institute is dedicated to making Kabbalah and Hasidism spiritually relevant to the modern Jew for whom the original texts are virtually impenetrable.
Companion site to a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) 'documentary about a distinctive, traditional Eastern European religious community' that found 'its most vital center in America.' The program focuses on families in New York. The site provides background information and brief essays about the Hasidism movement within Orthodox Judaism, a transcript, details about the film and producers, a bibliography and filmography, photos, and classroom resources.