Beshoo Shehikdimu -5672" is the title of a lengthy series of Chasidic discourses by Rabbi Shalom DovBer Schneersohn, fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe (1861-1920). The Rebbe delivered the opening discourse in Lubavitch on the first day of Shavuot, 5672 (1912) and the final one on Shabbat Parshat Vayera, 5676 (1915) in Rostov.
The manuscript of this series comprises 144 discourses, and is followed by an extensive section that was not delivered orally by the Rebbe, nor was it divided into chapters. First published in 1977 in three volumes, a revised edition was published in 1992.
The basic fundamentals of Chasidic philosophy are explained clearly in this series; its delivery marked the dawning of a new era in Chasidic dissemination.
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It is also available on the Chabad Library CD-ROM.