A classic of Chasidic thought and one of its profoundest, Imrei Binah was penned by the second leader of Chabad-Lubavitch, Rabbi Dovber, specifically for his choicest and most brilliant chasidim.
First published in 1821, this sublime discourse explores the unity of G-d as expressed in the Shema.
The current edition has been entirely reset and copiously annotated by Rabbis Eliyahu Matusof and Gavriel Schapiro, editors at the Chabad Kehot Research Center.
A recently discovered synopsis by the sixth leader of Chabad-Lubavitch, Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, of each of the chapters of Imrei Binah, has been printed here, for the first time, as a supplement. Other supplements include facsimiles of Rabbi Dovber`s manuscript.
Imrei Binah is indispensable in gaining a deeper understanding of the Unity of G-d, and an invaluable addition to any Judaic library.
Format: 8½" x 11" Hardcover, 592 Pages