Hasidism and Modern Man

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  • Title Page 5
  • Contents 7
  • Editor's Introduction 9
  • Book I Hasidism And Modern Man 19
  • II 28
  • III 38
  • IV 41
  • Book II - My Way to Hasidism 45
  • Book III - The Life Of The Hasidim 71
  • Hitlahavut: Ecstasy 73
  • Avoda: Service 83
  • Kavana: Intention 97
  • Shiflut: Humility 109
  • Book IV - The Way of Man According to The Teachings of Hasidism 123
  • Introduction 125
  • I. Heart-Searching 129
  • Ii. the Particular Way 137
  • Iii. Resolution 145
  • Iv. Beginning with Oneself 153
  • V- Not to Be Preoccupied With Oneself 161
  • Vi. Here Where One Stands 169
  • Book V - The Baal-Shem-Tov's Instruction In Intercourse with God 177
  • Introduction 179
  • Of Knowledge 182
  • Of Fervor and of Work 185
  • Of the Holy Sparks And Their Redemption 187
  • How One Should Serve 190
  • Of Distance and Nearness 192
  • Of Secrecy 194
  • A Parable of Prayer 196
  • Of True Intention 198
  • Of the Might of Words 200
  • Of Devotion 202
  • Of Binding 203
  • Of Distracting Thoughts 204
  • Of Good and Evil 207
  • Of Pride and Humility 209
  • Of the Twofold Movement 212
  • Explanatory Notes 214
  • Book VI - Love of God And Love of Neighbor 223
  • II 234
  • III 243
  • IV 256
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