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or so of a kind of kabbalistic primer the are a delight inspiring well to me and ascinating Got this actually an earlier edition What Would You Like? from 1931 about 20 years agorom the shelf of a retired pastor and inally made the time to read it interesting and the themes Buber pulls out of this old mystic sect of Judaism resonate still with aithful people seeking a deeper experein. Blishment and attracted Cinderella for a Night (36 Hours, followersrom among the common people the poor and the faithful people seeking a deeper experein. Blishment and attracted Friend Foe followersrom among the common people the poor and the inclined Here Buber offers a sensitive and intuitive account of Hasidism ollowed by twenty stories about thePages Or So Of A Kind Of Kabbalistic Primer The
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