Hasidism and Modern Man
Humanities Press International, 1988 - Hasidism - 248 pages
Buber poetically interprets the central aspects of Hasidic life, offers a selection of sayings from Baal-Shem-Tov, and movingly recounts his personal path to Hasidism.
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