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Only the artist can put a lable on his work!

Are you Litvish or Chassidish?

Reform, Conservative?




Hashem has created each of us completely unique. We as Jews are consistently in the habit of labeling one another all to often. Does the term Litvish or Chassid really define an individual? Are we to simple minded to look deeper?

I have seen conservative Jews who have done great mitzvos that will certainly earn them a share in the future world. The term frum, orthodox is to mean someone who's entire being is in conformation with the Torah. Or well at least they're trying to be. It is important for us to constantly grow at whatever level or path of Judaism we are taking. To properly ascend a person must have a respectful mind towards others and learn from all.

The Nikolsburg Rebbe, one of the greatest Tzaddikim of this generation, constantly speaks about the importance of shalom in Klal Yisrael. When I was speaking with the Kalaver Rebbe, he said that all the proper pathways arrive at the same destination. Rabbi Taub of Baltimore said that a chassid with a short coat in Baltimore can reach a higher madrega then the Jew wearing a long coat in Israel.

So why must we prejudge?

Why must there be even the slightest confrontation?

Must we look at a chassid with our predetermined chassid idealities?

Shall we continue to view all Litvish yiddim as all the same?

Germany tore down their dividing wall long ago. It is our turn to do the same and unite ourselves with one goal. To bring the Moshiach and serve Hashem to the best of our ability! We lost learn and teach to love, not to hate!

Photo of Breslover Chassidim in Uman for Rosh Hashana. An event all types of Jews attend.