Friday, September 7, 2012

א מורא'דיגע חתם סופר

16 comments:

sucher said...

it seems he is not talking about a death tzatik ,
if this piece is a pointer to anything
the lease it should encourage a person to connect to a living tzatik even it is not the first transition in his lifetime

Hirshel Tzig - הירשל ציג said...

לא אמרתי שהוא מדבר על צדיק שהסתלק, אלא על עצם הענין של השפעה שבא דרך צדיק הדור

מענדל said...

הירשעלע
זייער שיין.
כ'וויל נאר וויסן צי דו ביסט געווארן אן עיברית'ניק (כלשון ר' חיים טאשקענטער ע"ה).
מענדל

Hirshel Tzig - הירשל ציג said...

חלילה
זייט נישט באזארגט, ר' מענדל

dovy in j said...

so who is this tzadik today?

Yanover said...

I didnt know the chasam sofer was so chassidish. :)Hes a Lubliner! a Lizhensker! or maybe hes Breslov?

Fed Up In Peoria said...

He's a Satmarer

friendly said...

Who did the C"S consider the tzaddik in his dor?

Anonymous said...

moiradik

Tibi Lotzi said...

Friendly
"Who did the C"S consider the tzaddik in his dor?"
or Reb Nosen Adler or the Hafloho

Jewish Observer said...


Thinking about this concept that the Chasam Sofer writes, u realize that this was the standard belief system of Shlumie Emunie Yisroel for generations, it was just some evil people with one motive to slander a Eidah Beyisroel, so they played on the ignorance of some laymen

moshe moshel said...

Let's follow this honestly. Who today is the tzadik hador?

tibi lotzi said...

Moshe moshel
Arush.....

moshe moshel said...

Untill I was 10 all I heard about was moshiach shebidoreinu, why did that change after gimmel tammuz? As intillectual chasidim, isn't there belief in a concept rather than a figure and by default if all that torah was true until the rebbe died, shoudnt it all apply to whoever moshiach shebidoreinu is at the moment, alive?

moshe moshel said...

Hirshel! I give you credit for posting that question.

mendel hirsch said...

The idea that the DOR gets shefa b'zchus hatzadik is no chiddush. The idea that it requires d'vaikus (connection) to the tzadik is a chassidic novelty and is opposed by other derachim in thought, including the chassam sofer.