What Chabad Really Believes pioneers a new genre with its creative literary style on Chabad Chassidic philosophy.

Kabbalah based Chassidism is a portal to the soul of the world, allowing us a view into the mysteries of creation and its ontology, as well as the inner workings of the human psyche.

Penned as a dialogue between two friends, Danni and Jay, the narrative takes on a dynamic story-line, infused with animated interaction, banter and humor. This occurs as Danni, the more knowledgeable of the two, shares Chassidic insights with his disenfranchised friend, Jay, during a flight to Poland on a Federation Mission.

When Danni speaks out in Treblinka, it causes an inner shift in Jay, leaving him spiritually inspired. Yet, at the same time, he grows increasingly anxious over his seemingly religious predicament.

Danni eases Jay’s distress through the teachings of Chassidus, as it relates to our particular age and to him personally, at which point the focus turns towards the climactic nature of our present era.

The foremost Chassidic leader of our generation, the Lubavitcher Rebbe, proclaimed our generation to be the era heralding the coming of Moshiach (Messiah). It is we who are granted the good fortune of bringing an end to this dark and bitter exile, through the fulfillment of just a single Mitzvah.

Chabad sees a critical parallel between our unique age, dubbed, “Heel of Moshiach,” and the recent emergence of the Chassidic movement and the proliferation of its ideology. In fact, Chabad perceives itself as the army, and Chassidus as the armor, in this final foray.

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