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PART 5D. SOURCES CONTAINING THE TEACHINGS OF R' PINCHAS AND R' RAPHAEL

Part 5 provides bibliographic information for interested researchers. It consists of four sections: Section A (primary and secondary sources); Section B (books, dissertations, and journals); Section C (internet articles and web sites); and Section D (endnotes referenced in the text).

Section D presents endnotes (works cited in the text, in citation order). Primary sources for quotations are indicated if provided by the authors. Click on bracketed endnote numbers to return to text. Complete publication information, as well as web site links, can be found in Sections A, B, and C of Part 5 (section letter is indicated in parentheses after each item).

 [1] The Paradoxical Ascent to G-d: The Kabbalistic Theosophy of Habad Hasidism, by Rachel Elior, pp. 7−8 (B)

 [2] “300 Years after His Birth: The Legacy of the Baal Shem Tov Lives On,” by Alexander Heppenheimer (C)

 [3] Turn Aside from Evil and Do Good: An Introduction and a Way to the Tree of Life, by Zevi Hirsch Eichenstein, translation and introduction by Louis Jacobs, p. xv (B)

 [4] “Jewish Ideas and Ideals,” by Amy R. Scheinerman (C)

 [5] Their Heads in Heaven: Unfamiliar Aspects of Hasidism, by Louis Jacobs, pp. 3−4 (B)

 [6] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, p. 16 (B)

 [7] My People: The Story of the Jews, by Abba Eban, p. 241. Reprinted with permission of Behrman House, Inc., http://www.behrmanhouse.com/ (B)

 [7a] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz: The Origins of Rabbi Pinchas and his Life in Koretz,” by Eliezer Leoni, translation by David Goldman, in Korets (Wolyn); sefer zikaron le-kehilatenu she-ala aleha ha-koret [The Korets Book; In Memory Of Our Community That Is No More (Korets, Ukraine)], p. 33, at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Korets/Korets.html. Translated material is reprinted with the permission of Dr. Jeffrey Mark Paull (B)

 [8] Men of Silk: The Hasidic Conquest of Polish Jewish Society, by Glenn Dynner, Appendix 1, p. 235 (B)

 [9] Hasidism: The Movement and Its Masters, by Harry M. Rabinowicz, p. 52 (B)

 [10] Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, pp. 23-27 (B)

 [11] The Besht: Magician, Mystic, and Leader, by Immanuel Etkes, p. 191 (B)

 [12] Hasidism Reappraised, by Ada Rapoport-Albert, p. 89, footnote (B)

 [13] On Intersubjectivity and Cultural Creativity, by Martin Buber, pp. 143−144 (B)

 [14] Studies in Eastern European Jewish Mysticism, by Joseph Weiss, p. 8 (B)

 [15] Studies in Eastern European Jewish Mysticism, by Joseph Weiss, p. 92 (B)

 [16] The Jews: Their Religious Beliefs and Practices, by Alan Unterman, p. 101 (B)

 [17] The Great Chasidic Masters, by Avraham Y. Finkel, p. 34 (B)

 [17a] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz: The Origins of Rabbi Pinchas and his Life in Koretz,” by Eliezer Leoni, translation by David Goldman, in Korets (Wolyn); sefer zikaron le-kehilatenu she-ala aleha ha-koret [The Korets Book; In Memory Of Our Community That Is No More (Korets, Ukraine)], p. 36, at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Korets/Korets.html. Translated material is reprinted with the permission of Dr. Jeffrey Mark Paull (B)

 [17b]“Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz: The Origins of Rabbi Pinchas and his Life in Koretz,” by Eliezer Leoni, translation by David Goldman, in Korets (Wolyn); sefer zikaron le-kehilatenu she-ala aleha ha-koret [The Korets Book; In Memory Of Our Community That Is No More (Korets, Ukraine)], p. 36, at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Korets/Korets.html. Translated material is reprinted with the permission of Dr. Jeffrey Mark Paull (B)

 [18] Chassidic Rebbes: From the Baal Shem Tov to Modern Times, by Tzvi Rabinowicz, p. 47 (B)

 [19] Hasidism Reappraised, by Ada Rapoport-Albert, p. 81 (B)

 [20] On Intersubjectivity and Cultural Creativity, by Martin Buber, p. 143 (B)

 [21] Souls on Fire: Portraits and Legends of Hasidic Masters, by Elie Wiesel, p. 42. Copyright © 1972 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

 [22] Mekor Boruch, Zmashtosh and Koretz, 1880, section 3 p. 5a and section 4 p. 5b, cited in “Boruch of Medzhybizh,” in Wikipedia (C)

 [23] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, p. 85 (B)

 [24] “Physical or Spiritual: Who's in Control,” by Eliyahu Hoffmann (C)

 [25] “Mediation Cabal/Cases/2007-04-29 Mezhbizh (Hasidic dynasty),” in Wikipedia (C)

 [26] Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, p. 4 (B)

 [27] Souls on Fire: Portraits and Legends of Hasidic Masters, by Elie Wiesel, p. 63. Copyright © 1972 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

 [28] Hasidism: The Movement and Its Masters, by Harry M. Rabinowicz, p. 52 (B)

 [29] Hasidism Reappraised, by Ada Rapoport-Albert, p. 91 (B)

 [30] History of Hasidism, by David Assaf (B)

 [31] Their Heads in Heaven: Unfamiliar Aspects of Hasidism, by Louis Jacobs, p. 39 (B)

 [32] The Religious Thought of Hasidism: Text and Commentary, by Norman Lamm, p. 608 (B)

 [33] Successor to the Baal Shem Tov, in The Maggid of Mezritch: The Life and Times of Rebbe Dov Ber, The Maggid of Mezritch, by Yitzchak Dorfman (B)

 [34] Successor to the Baal Shem Tov, in The Maggid of Mezritch: The Life and Times of Rebbe Dov Ber, The Maggid of Mezritch, by Yitzchak Dorfman (B)

 [35] Successor to the Baal Shem Tov, in The Maggid of Mezritch: The Life and Times of Rebbe Dov Ber, The Maggid of Mezritch, by Yitzchak Dorfman (B)

 [36] Successor to the Baal Shem Tov, in The Maggid of Mezritch: The Life and Times of Rebbe Dov Ber, The Maggid of Mezritch, by Yitzchak Dorfman (B)

 [37] “Kabbalah and Telepathy,” at Noahide.org (C)

 [38] The Great Maggid: The Life and Teachings of Rabbi Dovber of Mezhirech, by Jacob Immanuel Schochet, pp. 115−119 (B), and, similarly, in Third generation: the Alter Rebbe, in Branches of the Chassidic Menorah, by Yosef Yitzchak Schneersohn (B)

 [39] Meshullam Feibusch Heller and His Place in Early Hasidism [doctoral dissertation], by Mor Altshuler. Jerusalem: University of Jerusalem, 1994, pp. 258−269, cited in Uniter of Heaven and Earth: Rabbi Meshullam Feibush Heller of Zbarazh and the Rise of Hasidism, by Miles Krassen, p. 232, notes 182 and 183 (B)

 [40] Heschel, Hasidism, and Halakha, by Samuel H. Dresner, pp. 74−75 (B), and, similarly, The Circle of the Baal Shem Tov: Studies in Hasidism, by Abraham J. Heschel, p. xlii (B)

 [41] Hasidism as Mysticism: Quietistic Elements in Eighteenth Century Hasidic Thought, by Rivka Schatz Uffenheimer, pp. 229−230. Reprinted with permission of Magnes Press (B)

 [42] Ms. Jerusalem 3759, fol. 123a (A), cited in Hasidism as Mysticism: Quietistic Elements in Eighteenth Century Hasidic Thought, by Rivka Schatz Uffenheimer, p. 167. Reprinted with permission of Magnes Press (B)

 [43] Ms. Cincinnati, fol. 87a (A), cited in The Circle of the Baal Shem Tov: Studies in Hasidism, by Abraham J. Heschel, p. 20 (B)

 [44] The Circle of the Baal Shem Tov: Studies in Hasidism, by Abraham J. Heschel, p. 20 (B)

 [45] On Intersubjectivity and Cultural Creativity, by Martin Buber, p. 144 (B)

 [46] The Maggid of Miedzyrzecz, his associates, and the center in Volhynia (1760−1772), by Simon Dubnow, in Essential Papers on Hasidism: Origins to Present, edited by Gershon David Hundert, p. 79 (B)

 [47] “Rabbi Nachman's Journey to the Holy Land,” by Hillel Zeitlin (C)

 [48] On Intersubjectivity and Cultural Creativity, by Martin Buber, p. 144 (B)

 [49] Making Connections: Hasidic Roots and Resonance in the Teachings of Moshe Feldenkrais, by David Kaetz, p. 58 (B)

 [50] Making Connections: Hasidic Roots and Resonance in the Teachings of Moshe Feldenkrais, by David Kaetz, p. 58 (B)

 [51] The Circle of the Baal Shem Tov: Studies in Hasidism, by Abraham J. Heschel, pp. 31−32 (B), cited in Making Connections: Hasidic Roots and Resonance in the Teachings of Moshe Feldenkrais, by David Kaetz, p. 53 (B)

 [51a] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz: The Origins of Rabbi Pinchas and his Life in Koretz,” by Eliezer Leoni, translation by David Goldman, in Korets (Wolyn); sefer zikaron le-kehilatenu she-ala aleha ha-koret [The Korets Book; In Memory Of Our Community That Is No More (Korets, Ukraine)], p. 32, at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Korets/Korets.html. Translated material is reprinted with the permission of Dr. Jeffrey Mark Paull (B)

 [52] On Intersubjectivity and Cultural Creativity, by Martin Buber, p. 144 (B)

 [53] Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, p. 5. Copyright © 1978 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

 [54] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, pp. 66−67 (B)

 [55] Midrash Pinhas HaChadash 120 (A), cited in “The Light of the Eyes,” translation and commentary by Eliezer Shore (C)

 [56] The Great Chasidic Masters, by Avraham Y. Finkel, p. 35 (B)

 [57] HaChasidut, by Yitzchak Alfasi, translation by S.C., personal communication, 5/14/2006 (B)

 [58] Per tombstone of R' Raphael

 [59] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 5/14/2006 (A, B)

 [60] Per A.F., personal communication, 8/8/2006, and E.S.A., personal communication, 6/27/2007

 [61] Per tombstone of R' Raphael

 [62] HaChasidut, by Yitzchak Alfasi, translation by S.C., personal communication, 5/14/2006 (B)

 [63] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 6/8/2006 (A, B)

 [64] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 6/8/2006 (A, B)

 [65] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 6/8/2006 (A, B)

 [66] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 6/8/2006 (A, B)

 [67] “Thus Our Town Was Established,” by Lynn Arroyo (C)

 [68] Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber (B)

 [68a] Mishpachtenu [Our Family, from Rebbe Raphael of Bershad to This Day], by G. Bar-Zvi (Gedalyahu Wortman), translation by N.G., personal communications, 7/16-20/2015 (A)

 [68b] Mishpachtenu [Our Family, from Rebbe Raphael of Bershad to This Day], by G. Bar-Zvi (Gedalyahu Wortman), translation by N.G., personal communications, 7/16-20/2015 (A)

 [69] Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, p. 5 (B)

 [69a] Mishpachtenu [Our Family, from Rebbe Raphael of Bershad to This Day], by G. Bar-Zvi (Gedalyahu Wortman), translation by N.G., personal communications, 7/16-20/2015 (A)

 [70] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 6/8/2006 (A, B)

 [71] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, p. 69 (B)

 [72] “White Instead of Black,” in Daf Yomi Digest (C)

 [72a] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 2, p. 504, translations by I.P.W. (French, personal communication, 2/10/2009) and S.K.S. (English) (A, B)

 [72b] Parashat Pinchas, by Mordechai Gurlitz, translations by I.P. W. (French, personal communication, 1/21/2009) and S.K.S. (English) (B)

 [72c] Per I.P.W., personal communication, 2/10/2009

 [73] Midrash Pinhas, p. 41 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 242. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

 [73a] Sefer Likutim Yekarim, by Aryeh Leib Schochet, p. 125, translation by A.G., personal communication, 10/7/2009 (A)

 [74] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, pp. 69−70 (B)

 [75] Midrash Pinhas, p. 43 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 190. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

 [75a] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

 [75b] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

 [76] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 6/8/2006 (A, B)

 [76a] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

 [77] Program at dedication of ohel of R' Raphael of Bershad, translation by S.C. (paraphrased), personal communication, 12/25/2007

 [77a] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

 [77b] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

 [77c] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

 [78] Per E.S.A., personal communication, 6/27/2007

 [78a] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 5/7/2007

 [78b] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 5/14/2006

 [79] On Intersubjectivity and Cultural Creativity, by Martin Buber, p. 144 (B)

 [80] Per A.Y. in “Talleisim Minhagim & My Tallis,” at A Simple Jew (C)

 [80a] Sippurei Chassidim, by S.Y. Zevin, cited in “Reb Pinchos of Koritz,” by A Talmid at Zchus Avos Yogen Aleinu (C)

 [81] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 1, p. 519 (A, B), cited in “On the trait of humility: Stories from the court of Rabbi Pinhas of Koretz,” by Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 10/21/2007

 [82] The Great Chasidic Masters, by Avraham Y. Finkel, p. 34 (B)

 [83] Hasidism as Mysticism: Quietistic Elements in Eighteenth Century Hasidic Thought, by Rivka Schatz Uffenheimer, p. 232. Reprinted with permission of Magnes Press (B)

 [84] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 11/1/2007

 [85] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communications, 11/18/2007 and 1/7/2008

 [86] The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 242. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

 [87] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 10/30/2007

 [88] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 10/30/2007; translation by S.C., personal communication, 11/11/2007

 [89] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 11/18/2007

 [90] Hasidism: The Movement and Its Masters, by Harry M. Rabinowicz, p. 52 (B)

 [91] Hasidism: The Movement and Its Masters, by Harry M. Rabinowicz, p. 52 (B)

 [92] Gabriel's Palace: Jewish Mystical Tales, by Howard Schwartz, p. 213 (B)

 [93] “Rabbi Aryeh Leib—The Shpole Zeide,” at Nehora.com (C)

 [94] Gabriel's Palace: Jewish Mystical Tales, by Howard Schwartz, p. 335 (B)

 [95] On Intersubjectivity and Cultural Creativity, by Martin Buber, p. 143 (B)

 [96] “The Life of Rebbe Nachman,” by Breslov Research Institute (C)

 [97] “Balak: Can You See It?,” by Shlomo Katz (C)

 [97a] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by N.G., personal communication, 8/13/2015

 [98] Tifereth ha-Zaddikim, by S.G. Rosenthal. Piotrkov, 1928, pp. 51−53, cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 174 (B)

 [99] “A True Path,” by Avraham Stern (C)

[100] Hasidism: The Movement and Its Masters, by Harry M. Rabinowicz, p. 52 (B)

[101] Priester der Liebe: Die Welt der Chassidim, by Chaim Bloch, p. 86 (A), cited in Does the Soul Survive? A Jewish Journey to Belief in Afterlife, Past Lives & Living with Purpose, by Elie Kaplan Spitz, p. 8 (B)

[102] Encyclopaedia Judaica, vol. 13, edited by C. Roth (B)

[102a] Per Rabbi G.R., personal communication, 7/19/2009

[102b] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[102c] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[102d] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[102e] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[102f] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[102g] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[103] “The Hassidic Rabbinate,” Part 1, Appendix II, by Yehuda Klausner, at JewishGen Rabbinic Special Interest Group (C)

[104] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 11/18/2007

[104a] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[104b] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, p. 529, translation by N.F., personal communication, 7/3/2011 (A, B)

[105] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 1/7/2008

[106] Midrash Pinhas (A), cited in Jewish Spiritual Practices, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, p. 232 (B)

[107] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 11/18/2007

[108] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 10/30/2007

[108a] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, p. 527, translation by N.F., personal communication, 7/3/2011 (A, B)

[108b] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, p. 529, translation by N.F., personal communication, 7/3/2011; and translation by N.G., personal communication, 8/11/2015 (A, B)

[108c] Ayaratenu Ternovka; pirkei zikaron ve-matseva [Our Town Ternovka; Chapters of Remembrance and a Monument], by G. Bar-Zvi (Wortman), translation by N.G., 2015 (C)

[108d] Mishpachtenu [Our Family, from Rebbe Raphael of Bershad to This Day], by G. Bar-Zvi (Gedalyahu Wortman), translation by N.G., personal communications, 7/16-20/2015 (A)

[108e] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, p. 530, translation by N.F., personal communication, 7/3/2011 (A, B)

[108f] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, p. 530, translation by N.F., personal communication, 7/3/2011 (A, B)

[108g] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, p. 530, translation by N.F., personal communication, 7/3/2011 (A, B)

[109] Studies in Eastern European Jewish Mysticism, by Joseph Weiss, p. 93, footnote (B)

[109a] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[109b] Ayaratenu Ternovka; pirkei zikaron ve-matseva [Our Town Ternovka; Chapters of Remembrance and a Monument], by G. Bar-Zvi (Wortman), translation by N.G., 2015 (C)

[110] Hasidism, Havurot, and the Jewish street, by Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern, in Jewish Social Studies, p. 38 (B)

[111] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, p. 63 (B)

[112] The Maggid of Miedzyrzecz, his associates, and the center in Volhynia (1760−1772), by Simon Dubnow, in Essential Papers on Hasidism: Origins to Present, edited by Gershon David Hundert, pp. 78−79 (B)

[113] The Circle of the Baal Shem Tov: Studies in Hasidism, by Abraham J. Heschel, p. 20 (B)

[114] The future of Neo-Hasidism, by Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, in Spectrum: A Journal of Renewal Spirituality (B)

[115] New models of the sacred leader at the beginning of Hasidism, by Ron Margolin, in Saints and Role Models in Judaism and Christianity, edited by Joshua Schwartz and Marcel Poorthuis, pp. 379−380 (B)

[116] Chayei Moharan, section 553, by R' Nachman of Breslov, per Rabbi D. Sears, personal communication, 6/20/2007

[116a] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[116b] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[117] Per A.Y. in “Talleisim Minhagim & My Tallis,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[118] Per A.Y. in “Daily Spiritual Cleansing,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[119] Sefer Shivcho Shel Tsadik. Jerusalem: Mekhon Karne Re'em, 2002, per H.L., personal communication, 5/3/2007

[120] The Human Temple: Religious Interiorization and the Structuring of Inner Life in Early Hasidism, by Ron Margolin, p. 436 (B)

[121] The Circle of the Baal Shem Tov: Studies in Hasidism, by Abraham J. Heschel, p. 20 (B)

[122] Uniter of Heaven and Earth: Rabbi Meshullam Feibush Heller of Zbarazh and the Rise of Hasidism, by Miles Krassen, p. 29 (B)

[123] “Cheese, Please," in The Weekly “Vort” (C)

[124] “The Story Behind the Story, Parts 2 and 3,” by Dixie Yid at Dixie Yid (C)

[125] Their Heads in Heaven: Unfamiliar Aspects of Hasidism, by Louis Jacobs, p. 39 (B)

[125a] Mazkeret Legedolei Ostraha [In Memory of the Great Men of Ostrog] (B), by Mendel Bieber [Biber], section 171, cited in “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz: The Origins of Rabbi Pinchas and his Life in Koretz,” by Eliezer Leoni, translation by David Goldman, in Korets (Wolyn); sefer zikaron le-kehilatenu she-ala aleha ha-koret [The Korets Book; In Memory Of Our Community That Is No More (Korets, Ukraine)], p. 42, at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Korets/Korets.html. Translated material is reprinted with the permission of Dr. Jeffrey Mark Paull (B)

[125b] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz: The Origins of Rabbi Pinchas and his Life in Koretz,” by Eliezer Leoni, translation by David Goldman, in Korets (Wolyn); sefer zikaron le-kehilatenu she-ala aleha ha-koret [The Korets Book; In Memory Of Our Community That Is No More (Korets, Ukraine)], p. 42, at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Korets/Korets.html. Translated material is reprinted with the permission of Dr. Jeffrey Mark Paull (B)

[125c] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[126] Per A.Y. in “Guest Posting by Shoshana (Bershad) — Rebbe Pinchas of Koretz,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[127] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz,” edited by Elimelech Elazar Frenkel, slide 3 (C)

[128] Likkutei Amarim, p. 14d, cited in Sefer Besht to Va’ethanan, no. 13, in The Religious Thought of Hasidism: Text and Commentary, by Norman Lamm, pp. 8−9 (B)

[129] Likkutei Yekarim, p. 17c, cited in Sefer ha-Besht, Bereshit, no. 15, in The Religious Thought of Hasidism: Text and Commentary, by Norman Lamm, p. 26 (B)

[130] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, Bereshit 9 (A, B), cited in The Great Chasidic Masters, by Avraham Y. Finkel, p. 35 (B)

[130a] Per Yosher Dovor, personal communication, 5/20/2008

[131] Midrash Pinhas, 1872, 9b, 60 (A), cited in Devekut, or communion with G-d, by Gershom Scholem, in Essential Papers on Hasidism: Origins to Present, edited by Gershon David Hundert, p. 296 (B)

[132] Likutei Shoshanim, Tshernovitz, 1857, p. 14 (A), cited in New models of the sacred leader at the beginning of Hasidism, by Ron Margolin, in Saints and Role Models in Judaism and Christianity, edited by Joshua Schwartz and Marcel Poorthuis, p. 388 (B)

[133] Midrash Pinhas (A), cited in Wrapped in a Holy Flame: Teachings and Tales of the Hasidic Masters, by Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, p. 49 (B)

[134] Martin Buber’s interpretation of Hasidism, by Gershom G. Scholem, in The Jewish Expression, edited by Judah Goldin, p. 407 (B)

[135] Freedomlaw, by R.J. Tavel (C)

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[281] Souls on Fire: Portraits and Legends of Hasidic Masters, by Elie Wiesel, p. 43. Copyright © 1972 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

[282] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, p. 64 (B)

[283] Chassidic Rebbes: From the Baal Shem Tov to Modern Times, by Tzvi Rabinowicz, p. 46 (B)

[284] Noam Siach, Part I, by Levi Yitzchak Bender (B)

[285] “Dvar Torah,” by Kalman Packouz (C)

[286] Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, p. 20. Copyright © 1978 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

[286a] Per Rabbi G.R., personal communication, 7/19/2009

[287] Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, p. 20. Copyright © 1978 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

[288] “Tzaddik Talk,” by Nishmas Chayim (C)

[288a] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[289] Ma'amar Mordechai, vol. 3, p. 17, no. 6, cited in Truth-Telling, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, in Jewish Spirit Journal (B)

[290] Eser Orot, by Yisrael Berger, Warsaw, 1913, cited in The Great Chasidic Masters, by Avraham Y. Finkel, p. 36 (B); and, similarly, attributed to Priester der Liebe: Die Welt der Chassidim, by Chaim Bloch (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 493 (B)

[291] “Truth and a Place Called Kushta,” by Eliyahu Hoffmann (C)

[292] Midrash Pinhas, p. 49 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, pp. 491−492. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[293] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, p. 289 (B)

[294] Ge'ullat Yisrael, Ostrog, 1921, 1d-2a (A), cited in On the Kabbalah and Its Symbolism, by Gershom Scholem, pp. 76−77 (B)

[295] Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber, p. 127 (B)

[296] The Way into Jewish Mystical Tradition, by Lawrence Kushner. Woodstock, VT: Jewish Lights Publishing, 2001, p. 109 (B)

[297] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, Darkei Avodat HaShem 1 (A, B), cited in The Great Chasidic Masters, by Avraham Y. Finkel, p. 36 (B)

[298] Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber, p. 127 (B)

[299] Nofeth Tzufim, p. 49 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 512. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[300] Midrash Pinhas, p. 49 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 321. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[301] Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber, p. 122 (B)

[302] Magic of the Ordinary: Recovering the Shamanic in Judaism, by Gershon Winkler, pp. 69 and 85 (B)

[303] Nofeth Tzufim, p. 33 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 267. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[304] Midrash Pinhas, 10b, paragraph 72 (A), cited in Thinking God: The Mysticism of Rabbi Zadok of Lublin, by Alan Brill, p. 127, note 121 (B)

[305] Midrash Pinhas (A), cited in Not to Worry: Jewish Wisdom and Folklore, by Michelle Klein, p. 120 (B)

[306] Midrash Pinchas (A), cited in “Averting Your Eyes,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[307] Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber, p. 121 (B)

[308] Midrash Pinhas, p. 42 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 189. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[309] Hasidic Wisdom: Sayings from the Jewish Sages, by Simcha Raz (B), cited in “Special Features for Parashat Korach,” by Menachem Persoff (C)

[310] Midrash Pinhas, p. 6 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 530. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[311] “How to Use Stories Effectively to Achieve Jewish Cultural Literacy,” by Annette Labovitz (C)

[311a] Sefer Likutim Yekarim, by Aryeh Leib Schochet, p. 73, translation by A.G., personal communication, 10/7/2009 (A)

[312] Nofeth Tzufim (A), cited in The Great Chasidic Masters, by Avraham Y. Finkel, p. 38 (B)

[313] Midrash Pinhas, p. 47 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 278. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[314] Nofeth Tzufim, p. 49 (A), cited in “Jewish Texts on Children's Issues,” by Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism (C)

[314a] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, Vol. 1, Sha'ar Avodas Hashem 56 and 57 (A, B), cited in “Understanding Children,” by Micha Golshevsky, at A Fire Burns in Breslov (C)

[315] Nofeth Tzufim, pp. 3−24 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 506. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[316] Somewhere a Master: Further Hasidic Portraits and Legends, by Elie Wiesel. New York: Summit Books, 1982 (B), cited in “Vanity,” at Judaism Resources (C)

[317] “Kortz un Sharf—Short and Sweet Parsha Vertlach,” by Shaya Gottleib (C)

[318] Midrash Pinhas, p. 54 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 353. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[318a] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[319] Midrash Pinhas, p. 41 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 279. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[320] Torah Gems, vol. 3, by Aharon Y. Greenberg (B), cited in “No Answer,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[321] “Be Very, Very Humble,” at AISH.com (C)

[322] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, p. 70 (B)

[323] Nofeth Tzufim, pp. 3−24 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 506. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[324] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, Vol. 1, p. 259 (A, B), cited in “Humility—the soul of the Torah (Parshat Shmini),” per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 10/21/2007

[324a] Sefer Likutim Yekarim, by Aryeh Leib Schochet, p. 141, translation by A.G., personal communication, 10/14/2009 (A)

[325] Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber, pp. 121−122 (B)

[326] “Humility: The Finest of All Traits,” by Abraham J. Twerski (C)

[326a] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, Vol. 1, p. 371 (A, B), cited in “The Greatness of Hashem,” by Micha Golshevsky, at A Fire Burns in Breslov (C)

[326b] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[327] “Parsha Miketz/Chanuka,” in Daf Yomi Review (C)

[328] “Dancing Together Instead of Treatment: Martin Buber and Moshe Feldenkrais,” by Carl Ginsburg (C)

[329] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 1, p. 259 (A, B), cited in “On the trait of humility: Stories from the court of Rabbi Pinhas of Koretz,” by Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 10/21/2007

[330] Souls on Fire: Portraits and Legends of Hasidic Masters, by Elie Wiesel, p. 42. Copyright © 1972 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

[331] “The Ashes of Humility,“ in Daf Yomi Digest (C)

[332] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 1, p. 519 (A, B), cited in “On the trait of humility: Stories from the court of Rabbi Pinhas of Koretz,” by Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 10/21/2007. Another version of this story is given in Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber, p. 127 (B). The story is attributed to R' Raphael in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 190 (B), which cites Midrash Pinhas, p. 42 (A)

[332a] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[333] Midrash Pinhas, p. 43 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 394-395. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[334] Midrash Pinhas, p. 63 (A), cited in Jewish Spiritual Practices, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, p. 641 (B)

[335] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 2, p. 86 (A, B), cited in Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber, p. 129 (B)

[336] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, Sha'ar HaSipurim, vol. 2, p. 178 (A, B), per A.Y. in “Daily Spiritual Cleansing,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[337] Midrash Pinhas, p. 44 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 366 (B)

[338] Midrash Pinhas, p. 43 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 121. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[339] The Place Where You Are Standing Is Holy: A Jewish Theology on Human Relationships, by Gershon Winkler, pp. 24−25 (B)

[340] Midrash Pinhas, p. 62 (A), cited in Jewish Spiritual Practices, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, p. 642 (B)

[340a] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, Shaar Anavah, 19 and 23 (A, B), cited in “The Bitter Medicine,” at A Fire Burns in Breslov, by Rabbi Micha Golshevsky (C)

[341] Pe'er la-Yesharim (A), cited in “A Holy Letter,” by Tzvi Meir HaCohane, adapted from Stories of the Baal Shem Tov, by Y.Y. Klapholtz. Brooklyn, NY: Mishor, 2006 (C)

[342] Hasidic Wisdom: Sayings from the Jewish Sages, by Simcha Raz (B), cited in “Special Features for Parashat Pinchas,” by Menachem Persoff (C)

[342a] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz: The Origins of Rabbi Pinchas and his Life in Koretz,” by Eliezer Leoni, translation by David Goldman, in Korets (Wolyn); sefer zikaron le-kehilatenu she-ala aleha ha-koret [The Korets Book; In Memory Of Our Community That Is No More (Korets, Ukraine)], p. 39, at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Korets/Korets.html. Translated material is reprinted with the permission of Dr. Jeffrey Mark Paull (B)

[342b] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz: The Origins of Rabbi Pinchas and his Life in Koretz,” by Eliezer Leoni, translation by David Goldman, in Korets (Wolyn); sefer zikaron le-kehilatenu she-ala aleha ha-koret [The Korets Book; In Memory Of Our Community That Is No More (Korets, Ukraine)], p. 41, at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Korets/Korets.html. Translated material is reprinted with the permission of Dr. Jeffrey Mark Paull (B)

[343] Midrash Pinhas, p. 48 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 354. Reprinted with permission of Ann Newman (B)

[344] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, Sha'ar HaSipurim 183 (A, B), cited at “A Lesson in Reactions and Criticism,” in Aram Soba Foundation Newsletter (C)

[345] Midrash Pinhas, p. 40, no. 32 (A), cited in Jewish Spiritual Practices, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, p. 464 (B)

[346] Pe'er la-Yesharim, p. 7a, no. 54 (A), cited in Jewish Spiritual Practices, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, p. 634 (B)

[347] Jewish Tales of Mystic Joy, by Yitzhak Buxbaum (B)

[348] “In the Light of the Haftorah,” at Hevrat Pinto (C)

[348a] Hamodia Magazine, 17 Cheshvan 5770 (11/4/2009), p. 27, per S.C., personal communication, 11/8/2009

[349] Day by Day: Reflections on the Themes of the Torah from Literature, Philosophy, and Religious Thought, by Chaim Stern, p. 219. Reprinted by permission of Beacon Press, Boston (B)

[350] Nofeth Tzufim, p. 15a, no. 35 (A), cited in Jewish Spiritual Practices, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, p. 563 (B)

[351] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, pp. 63−64 (B)

[352] “The Song in the Courts of the Tzadikim in Poland,” by A.B. Birnbaum, in Haolam, 1908, cited in “Chassidic Music from an Ethnomusicological Perspective,” by A.Z. Idelssohn (C)

[353] Midrash Pinhas, p. 28, no. 36 (A), cited in Jewish Spiritual Practices, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, p. 481 (B)

[354] The Jewish Music Companion, by Velvel Pasternak, p. 200 (B)

[355] The Jewish Music Companion, by Velvel Pasternak, p. 201 (B)

[356] “Rebbe Pinchas of Koretz on Negina,” by Yitz at Heichal HaNegina (C)

[357] “Rebbe Pinchas of Koretz on Negina,” by Yitz at Heichal HaNegina (C)

[358] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 4/22/2009; translation by S.C., personal communication, 7/5/2009; with permission of the Rabinowitz family; Y. Rabinowitz, personal communication, 7/18/2009

[358a] The Tune and the Song in Chassidus, by Meir Shimon Gershuni, Part 1, pp. 58-59 (B)

[359] Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, pp. 17−18. Copyright © 1978 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

[360] Lecture by Eliezer Berland (C)

[361] Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, p. 18. Copyright © 1978 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

[362] “Winning Life's Races,” by Barry Cohen (C)

[363] The Jewish Mind, by Raphael Patai, p. 217 (C)

[364] Siach Sarfei Kodesh [Breslov], vol. 5, p. 188, no. 457, cited in Hanhagot (spiritual practices), by Yitzhak Buxbaum, in Jewish Spirit Journal (B)

[365] “Iyar—Month of Refuah—Segulas for Refuah & Sefiras HaOmer,” by A Talmid at Zchus Avos Yogen Aleinu (C)

[365a] Sefer Likutim Yekarim, by Aryeh Leib Schochet, p. 49, translation by A.G., personal communication, 10/7/2009 (A)

[366] The Besht: Magician, Mystic, and Leader, by Immanuel Etkes, p. 191 (B)

[367] Nofeth Tzufim, pp. 13 and 21 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, pp. 85−86 (B)

[368] Midrash Pinhas, p. 45a, no. 17 (A), cited in Jewish Spiritual Practices, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, p. 232 (B)

[369] Midrash Pinhas, p. 45a, no. 18 (A), cited in Jewish Spiritual Practices, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, p. 247 (B)

[369a] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, p. 380, translations by I.P.W. (French, personal communication, 3/21/2009) and S.K.S. and S.C. (English) (A, B)

[370] Nofeth Tzufim, pp. 13 and 21 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, pp. 85−86 (B)

[371] The Circle of the Baal Shem Tov: Studies in Hasidism, by Abraham J. Heschel, p. 20 (B)

[372] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz,” edited by Elimelech Elazar Frenkel, slide 26 (C)

[373] Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, p. 20. Copyright © 1978 by Elie Wiesel. Reprinted with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of Elirion Associates (B)

[374] “Thoughts That Count,” in L'Chaim Weekly (C)

[375] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 1, Sha'ar Seder HaYom 79 (A, B), cited in “Breslov Eikh she-Hu: Breslov the Way It Is—Customs and Practices, Past and Present,” by Dovid Sears and Dovid Zeitlin (C)

[376] Pninei HaChassidut—Sukkot. Jerusalem: Machon Be'er Miriam, cited in “An Auspicious Time,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[377] Pe'er la-Yesharim, p. 22a, no. 248 (A), cited in Jewish Spiritual Practices, by Yitzhak Buxbaum, p. 394 (B)

[378] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem (A, B), cited in Shabbos Secrets: The Mysteries Revealed, by Dovid Meisels (B), cited in “Shabbos Lights,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[379] Mi-gedole ha-hasidut, bk. 2, p. 30, item 129, by Matityahu Yehezkel Gutman (A), cited in Traditions and customs in Hasidism, by Aaron Wertheim, in Essential Papers on Hasidism: Origins to Present, edited by Gershon David Hundert, p. 369 (B)

[380] Pe'er la-Yesharim, p. 20b (A), cited in The Circle of the Baal Shem Tov: Studies in Hasidism, by Abraham J. Heschel, p. xlii (B)

[381] Rediscovering Judaism: Bar and Bat Mitzvah for Adults, by Kerry M. Olitzky and Ronald H. Isaacs, p. 128 (B)

[382] Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber, p. 131 (B)

[383] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, p. 15, no. 91 (A), cited in “Shabbos,” by Moshe Shulman (C)

[384] Otzrot Tzaddikei U'geonei Ha'dorot, p. 489, cited in “The Torah Spring,” by Shlomo Katz (C)

[384a] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 1, Shabbat, translations by I.P. Weisz (French) and S.K.S. (English), 6/13/2008 (A, B)

[384b] Sefer Likutim Yekarim, by Aryeh Leib Schochet, p. 196, translation by A.G., personal communication, 10/14/2009 (A)

[385] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, p. 123 (A, B), cited in “Chassidus: Derech HaBaal Shem Tov,” by Moshe Shulman (C)

[386] Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber, p. 123 (B)

[386a] “Why Rejoice on Erev Yom Kippur?,” by Rabbi Micha Golshevsky, at A Fire Burns in Breslov (C)

[387] Nofet Tzufim, Warsaw, 1929, pp. 5−7 (A), cited in “Not by Might nor by Power but by My Spirit,” by David L. Blumenfeld (C)

[388] “Wouldn't Sukkot/Hoshana Rabba Be a Good Time for a ‘World Social Justice Day’?” by Mark H. Kirschbaum, in Tikkun (B)

[389] “Thoughts That Count,” in L'Chaim Weekly (C)

[390] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz,” edited by Elimelech Elazar Frenkel, slide 27 (C)

[391] “By the Hanukkah Lights,” in Holidays, History and Halakhah, by Eliezer Segal (B)

[392] Midrash Pinhas, no. 1 (A), and B'nei Yissas'char (A), cited in “Chanukah Selections,” by Zvi Akiva Fleisher (C)

[393] “Moshiach Matters,” in L'Chaim Weekly (C)

[394] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem (A), cited at Chabad Talk Forum (C)

[395] Pe'er la-Yesharim (A), cited in “Chassidus: Derech HaBaal Shem Tov,” by Moshe Shulman (C)

[396] Lesson by Eliezer Berland (C)

[397] The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 31 (B)

[398] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 1, Pesach, §170−173 (A), cited in “Breslov Customs and Practices, Part IV: Adar Through Menachem Av,” by Dovid Sears and Dovid Zeitlin (C)

[399] Itturei Torah, edited by A.Y. Greenberg (B), cited in “Davar Aher,” at Kolel: Adult Centre for Liberal Jewish Learning (C)

[400] Per I.P.W., personal communication, 4/14/2007

[401] “Segulas for Pesach—Updated,” by A Talmid at Zchus Avos Yogen Aleinu (C)

[402] B'nei Yissas'char (A), cited in “No ‘Shehechiyanu’ over Sefiras ha'Omer,” by Eliezer Chrysler, in Midei Shabbos Beshabbato (C)

[403] Midrash Pinhas, p. 105, no. 26 (A), cited in The Religious Thought of Hasidism: Text and Commentary, by Norman Lamm, p. 445 (B)

[404] Nofeth Tzufim, p. 36 (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 442 (B)

[404a] A Fire Burns in Breslov, by Rabbi Micha Golshevsky (C)

[405] “Yahrzeit of Rebbe Pinchas of Koretz [5766],” by Yitz at Heichal HaNegina (C)

[406] Per A.Y. in “A Conversation with a Skverer Chassid,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[407] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 1, Sha'ar Seder HaYom 33 (A), cited in “Breslov Eikh she-Hu: Breslov the Way It Is—Customs and Practices, Past and Present,” by Dovid Sears and Dovid Zeitlin (C)

[408] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 1, Sha'ar Seder HaYom 32 (A), cited in “Breslov Eikh she-Hu: Breslov the Way It Is—Customs and Practices, Past and Present,” by Dovid Sears and Dovid Zeitlin (C)

[409] “Breslov Eikh she-Hu: Breslov the Way It Is—Customs and Practices, Past and Present,” by Dovid Sears and Dovid Zeitlin (C)

[410] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, Sha'ar HaTzitzis (A), per A.Y. in “Talleisim Minhagim & My Tallis,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[411] Four Hasidic Masters and Their Struggle against Melancholy, by Elie Wiesel, pp. 23-27 (B)

[412] Per S.C., personal communication, 6/12/2006

[413] “My Trip to Russia, Part IX” by C.U. Lipschitz. Jewish Press, 10/20/1989, p. 26, per S.C., personal communication, 5/21/2006

[414] Translation by S.C., personal communication, 4/25/2008

[415] “The New Jewish Cemetery in Shepetovka,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[416] “My Trip to Russia, Part IX” by C.U. Lipschitz. Jewish Press, 10/20/1989, p. 26, per S.C., personal communication, 5/21/2006

[417] Hamodia, July 26, 2007, p. C26, per S.C., personal communication, 5/7/2008

[418] Jewish Meridian (published by the Jewish Confederation of Ukraine), No. 15, August 2001

[419] Per A.S.J. in “Guest Posting by Shoshana (Bershad) — Rebbe Pinchas of Koretz,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[420] “My Trip to Russia, Part IX” by C.U. Lipschitz. Jewish Press, 10/20/1989, p. 26, per S.C., personal communication, 5/21/2006

[421] HaChasidut, by Yitzchak Alfasi (B), per S.C., personal communication, 5/21/2006

[422] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem (A, B), per A.Y. in “Talleisim Minhagim & My Tallis,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[423] “Renovation of Gravestones in Eastern Europe,” by Yated Ne'eman staff, in Dei'ah veDibur (C)

[424] “A Man with a Grave Mission,” by Yisroel Friedman, in Dei'ah veDibur (C)

[425] Per S.C., personal communications, 6/12 and 7/3/2006

[426] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz,” edited by Elimelech Elazar Frenkel, slide 33 (C)

[427] Mishpachot Atikot be-Yisrael [Ancient Jewish Families], by Yaacov Leib Shapiro, per S.C., personal communication, 5/1/2008 (B)

[428] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz,” edited by Elimelech Elazar Frenkel, slide 34 (C)

[429] Mazkeret Legedolei Ostraha [In Memory of the Great Men of Ostrog], by Menachem Mendel Bieber (B)

[429a] Parashat Pinchas, by Mordechai Gurlitz, p. 205 (B)

[430] Translation by a colleague of Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 3/27/2008, with comments on the translation, and throughout this section, by S.C., personal communications, 3/29-31/2009

[430a] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz,” edited by Elimelech Elazar Frenkel, slide 34 (C)

[430b] Midrash Pinhas, translation by S.C., personal communication, 3/31/2009 (A)

[430c] Mishpachot Atikot be-Yisrael [Ancient Jewish Families], by Yaacov Leib Shapiro, translation by S.C., personal communication, 3/30/2009 (B)

[430d] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, p. 478, translation by S.C., personal communication, 3/31/2009 (A, B)

[430e] Parashat Pinchas, by Mordechai Gurlitz, p. 204 (B)

[431] “It Once Happened,” in L'Chaim Weekly (C)

[431a] Bershad: be-tsel ‘ayarah [Bershad: In the Shadow of a Town], by Nachum Huberman, translation by N.G., personal communication, 7/12/2015 (A)

[432] Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by Martin Buber, p. 137 (B)

[433] Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron, pp. 70−71 (B)

[434] “The Pursuit of Truth,” by Adin Steinsaltz, at the Aleph Society (C)

[434a] Per Rabbi G.R., personal communication, 7/19/2009

[435] Priester der Liebe: Die Welt der Chassidim, by Chaim Bloch (A), cited in The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 493, footnote (B)

[436] “It Once Happened,” in L'Chaim Weekly (C)

[437] Raphael of Bershad's commitment to truth, by Shnayer Z. Leiman, in Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought (B)

[437a] Tarashtche [Tarashcha, a History of a Small Shtetl in Kiev Guberniya, Ukraine], by Jacob Roven, translation by N.G., vol. 1, pp. 38-42, personal communication, 7/26/2015 (A)

[438] Zikhronot mi-Yemei Ne'urai, by Abraham Baer Gottlober. Warsaw: 1879-1886 (A), cited in Raphael of Bershad's commitment to truth, by Shnayer Z. Leiman, in Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought (B)

[439] Sefer Ha-Histalkut, by Benjamin Mintz. Tel Aviv: Ketubim, 1930, p. 23-24, cited in Raphael of Bershad's commitment to truth, by Shnayer Z. Leiman, in Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought (B)

[440] Dor De'ah, by Yekutiel Kamelhar. Bilgoray, 1933, vol. 1, p. 90, cited in Raphael of Bershad's commitment to truth, by Shnayer Z. Leiman, in Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought (B)

[441] Tarashtche, by Jacob Roven. New York, 1935, vol. 1, pp. 39-41 (A), cited in Raphael of Bershad's commitment to truth, by Shnayer Z. Leiman, in Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought (B)

[442] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 5/7/2007

[442a] Mishpachtenu [Our Family, from Rebbe Raphael of Bershad to This Day], by G. Bar-Zvi (Gedalyahu Wortman), translation by N.G., personal communications, 7/16-20/2015 (A)

[443] Sarei ha-Me'ah, by Y.L. Maimon. Jerusalem: Mosad ha-Rav Kook, 1944, vol. 3, cited in Raphael of Bershad's commitment to truth, by Shnayer Z. Leiman, in Tradition: A Journal of Orthodox Jewish Thought (B)

[444] Article by Menashe Unger in Der Tog, 2/9/1936, translation and summary by N.R.A. (father of E.S.A.); per E.S.A., personal communication, 6/27/2007

[445] Article by Menashe Unger in Der Tog, 1/19/1939, translation and summary by N.R.A. (father of E.S.A.); per E.S.A., personal communication, 6/27/2007

[446] Per E.S.A., personal communication, 6/27/2007

[446a] Tarashtche [Tarashcha, a History of a Small Shtetl in Kiev Guberniya, Ukraine], by Jacob Roven, translation by N.G., vol. 1, pp. 38-42, personal communication, 7/26/2015 (A)

[447] “Tarashcha,” at International Jewish Cemetery Project (C)

[447a] Tarashtche [Tarashcha, a History of a Small Shtetl in Kiev Guberniya, Ukraine], by Jacob Roven, translation by N.G., vol. 1, pp. 38-42, personal communication, 7/26/2015 (A)

[447b] Per Rabbi G.R., personal communication, 7/19/2009

[448] Per posts on JewishGen's Ukraine\Bershad and \Tarashcha discussion sites on 8/9/2001

[449] Per A.Y. in “Talleisim Minhagim & My Tallis,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[450] Translation by R.M., personal communication, 5/9/2006

[451] Translation by S.C., personal communication, 5/11/2006

[452] Per Rabbi Y.M.G., personal communications to S.C., 5/15 and 6/12/2006

[453] Per HaChasidut, by Yitzchak Alfasi, translation by S.C., personal communication, 5/14/2006 (B)

[454] Per Tales of the Hasidim: Early Masters, by M. Buber (B)

[455] Per Encyclopaedia Judaica, vol. 13, edited by C. Roth (B)

[456] Per “The Hassidic Rabbinate,” Part 1, Appendix II, by Yehuda Klausner, at JewishGen Rabbinic Special Interest Group (C)

[457] Per Encyclopedia of Hasidism, by T. Rabinowicz (B)

[458] Per “13-15 Teves Yartzeits,” by A Talmid, at Zchus Avos Yogen Aleinu (C)

[459] Per Ideas and Ideals of the Hassidim, by Milton Aron (B)

[460] Per Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communication, 5/11/2006 (A, B)

[461] Per Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, translation by S.C., personal communications, 5/11 and 5/14/2006 (A, B)

[462] Translation by S.C., personal communication, 6/8/2006

[463] Encyclopedia Judaica, Jerusalem, 1971, cited in “Bershad,” in Wikipedia (C)

[464] Per Rabbi E.E.F., personal communication, 11/18/2007

[465] Confins de Podolie, by Marc Sagnol, in Les Temps Modernes 611-612:271−274, Dec 2000-Feb 2001, translation by S.K.S. (B)

[466] “Scattered Among the Nations,” by Bryan Schwartz (C)

[467] The Hasidic Anthology: Tales and Teachings of the Hasidim, by Louis I. Newman, p. 543 (B)

[468] Pe'er la-yesharim, translation by B.F., personal communication, 1/28/2007 (A)

[469] Studies in Eastern European Jewish Mysticism, by Joseph Weiss, p. 93, footnote (B)

[470] Per S.C., personal communication, 5/14/2006

[471] Per A.Y. in “Talleisim Minhagim & My Tallis,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[472] Per A.Y. in “Guest Posting by Shoshana (Bershad) — Rebbe Pinchas of Koretz,” at A Simple Jew (C)

[473] Imrei Pinchas HaShalem, vol. 2, pp. 527-530, translation by N.F., personal communication, 7/5/2011 (A, B)

[474] “Rabbi Pinchas of Koretz,” edited by Elimelech Elazar Frenkel, slide 4 (C)

[475] “Rebbe Pinchas of Koretz,” at A Simple Jew (C)

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