The Spiritual Masters of Judaism

The Maharal of Prague

c. 5285 [1525] to 18 Elul 5369 [1609]Short Biography

The Ba’al Shem Tov

18 Elul 5458 [1698] to First Day of Shavu’ot 5520 [1760]

Rebbe Zusha (Meshulam Zusil) of Anipoli

5460 [1700] to 2 Shevat 5558 [1798]

Rebbe Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev

5500 [1740] to 25 Tishrei 5570 [1810]

Rebbe Shlomo of Karlin

5500 [1740] to 22 Tamuz 5552 [1792]

Two stories about Rebbe Shlomo of Karlin that capture his essence, together with an extended commentary by Harav Ginsburgh

Rebbe Nachman of Breslov

1 Nisan 5532 [1772] to 18 Tishrei 5570 [1810]

  • The Lost Princess, the first of Rebbe Nachman’s 13 stories, taught by Rav Ginsburgh (Audio available).
  • The Master of Prayer as taught by Rav Ginsburgh (Audio available).
  • The Seven Beggars: The last of Rebbe Nachman’s 13 stories, taught by Rav Ginsburgh (Audio available).

Rebbe Moshe of Lelov

to 13 Tevet 5611 [1861]And the Face of Tzadikim

Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn, the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe (the Rayatz)

12 Tamuz 5640 [1880] to 10 Shevat 5710 [1950]Stories 1

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