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LITERARY AND MUSICAL SOIREE "WISDOM OF HASSIDS"

Yiddish Club members
Yiddish Club members
  Yevgeniya Karyakina
Yevgeniya Karyakina
  Klezmer music
Klezmer music

  Yevgeniya Karyakina, coordinator of Library Programs opened the joint conference of Yiddish and Literature Clubs. There are many books in our library about Hassids and Yevgeniya wanted to tell about all of them but it was impossible because of too much information on this theme. Yevgeniya Karyakina only slightly opened the door to the world of Hassid's wisdom. Hassids' fairy tales occupy an important place in Jewish Folklore Culture. They reflect mystical sources of Hassid Philosophy and take us away to the world of mystery and magic. Hassids' tales are full of optimism and philanthropy. Good always wins over evil. An amazing simplicity combines with the wisdom of previous generations.

Yevgeniya Karyakina told several parables, which excited a lot of comments; many people remembered some examples of their own lives. Wise aphorism made people think about life, and probably take a look on their lives from other hand.

The head of Yiddish Club Mikhail Zafran told about the role of Hassidism played in folklore development and read the story by Itskhah Peretz "Dos glezl" ("The glass"). Yakov Vinnitskiy read the tale by Hassid philosopher Nakhman Braslavskiy "The modest Tsar'.

Klezmer music accompanied all appearances; it was played by two students of conservatory - Anelina Yershova (the sequence) and Gulmira Muzdubayeva (the oboe).

All guests were very interested n Hassidism and fairy folklore. The meeting showed that people are always interested in questions of life and Hassid's point of view on them, it showed that Hassid Philosophy could help to solve them and to build their own world view.

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