Chabad is a philosophy about life that stems from the esoteric teachings of Judaism.
The teachings are based on the Kabbalah and the Baal Shemtov’s teachings in the early 17th century. The word “Chabad” is an acronym for three Hebrew words: Chochma (the conception of new idea), Binah (the development of a conceived thought), Daas (the application of an idea into our daily lives).
It is the above three stages that lay at the core of Chabad’s philosphy. The uniqueness of the human condition is in the possibility to grow through knowledge.
Each of us arrives in this world with unique circumstances, yet we are united by the fact that we have the ability to grow internally and learn from each other.
By accepting the fact that our current knowledge is limited, we become open to the possibility that there is knowledge that is positioned higher than the prism through which we currently experience life. To live is to grow. We grow though the constant renewal of our conception, the ensuing development, and most importantly, the application of our new realization to our daily lives.
At Chabad you are accepted with love regardless of your level of observance. We are all part-teacher and part-student in the school room called Life.
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