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How Do You Define ‘Being Chassidish’

Stump the Rabbi: Rosh Yeshiva Rabbi Noam Wagner of Johannesburg, South Africa, answers the question: How do you define 'being Chassidish'?   Video

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That’s a chossid!
May 13, 2019 11:17 pm

Perfect definition of a chossid this morning in shul. Out of the corner of my eye, while davening, during kaddusha! no less, while everyone else is standing serenely at attention, I see that there is this one guy who is hurrying around the shul, still talking, busy, and with what seems like total disregard for the sanctity of the moment. I, of course, shoot this Jew a jugemental glance and disapproving gesture of the hand in an attempt to shame him back to proper decorum. As it turns out, without my or anyone else noticing, a young man, must have… Read more »

Nice video rabbi wagner
May 14, 2019 1:34 am

Although he spoke very nicely and brought a certain nekudah, I personally didn’t really see how he answered the question. Can someone please explain?

Smart view
May 16, 2019 11:52 pm

Calling someone a Chossid seems more specific and rare today, rather than using the word Chassidish is more vague…

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