This classic of Chasidic philosophy explores in depth the significance of The High Holidays. In the course of the study one delves into the purpose of creation, and the deeper meaning of mitzvot.
It includes a profound exposition of the significance of the priestly garments worn by the kohanim in the Beit Hamikdash (Holy Temple in Jerusalem). A re-print edition, in conventional Hebrew type (not Rashi script), to facilitate easier reading and access to the profound works.
Written for Maskilim (Kuntres Limud Hachassidut, 30), this book is a collection of Chassidic discourses by the Mitteler Rebbe on the subjects of Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Shabbos Shuvah, and the Aseret Y'mei T'shuvah.
Edited by Gavriel Shapiro, this book contains indices listing the concepts and the biblical, Talmudic and Kabbalistic passages that appear in the work.