In the newest episode of ‘Making Chassidus Real,’ Rabbi Michoel Gourarie discusses how we can tell if Chassidus is making a real change in our lives if we cannot achieve its high ideals.
By Anash.org staff
Everyone wants to live a higher life based on the teachings of Chassidus. Yet, the lessons often seem so high and lofty, and it’s unclear what ordinary people in 2022 can take from it.
Rabbi Michoel Gourarie is known for his solid down-to-earth outlook and clear communication. A new series, released by BINA Sydney, will feature Rabbi Gourarie discussing how to connect to and apply those lofty ideas. He will also clear up some misconceptions about what it means to live with Chassidus.
“Many people have told me that they learn Chassidus but find many of the ideas there are out of reach,” Rabbi Gourarie shared. “In this series, we will attempt to offer a new outlook on how to make Chassidus real for ordinary chassidim like us.”
The series called ‘Making Chassidus Real’ will publish short weekly videos and will be featured each week on Anash.org.
In the newest episode of ‘Making Chassidus Real,’ Rabbi Michoel Gourarie discusses how we can know if what we’re learning in Chassidus is making a real change in our lives.
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David Hamelech was an accomplished king yet from what he writes seems to feel his talents were nothing but the Aibershters doings, המלמד אצבעותי, למדתני מנעורי. Also an example from Yosef who spent his life mastering dream interpertation sais לאלוקים פתרונים, that the talent is not his own. Humble accomplishent.