There is a mystic reality greater than any religion. Braun is, by his own admission, a perrennialist. Now as a Modern Orthodox Chassidic, he looks to wider religious horizons including Buddhism. In this sweet discussion with the Buddhist Abbot, Rabbi Braun does not actually discuss Buddhism or any commonalities of faith. Rather, he focuses the discussion on the realm where all religions are the same. He calls this the realm of Pre-Faith, with explicit Heschel influence. Since God is beyond language and reason, the way to God is by mean of meditation. Judaism is about practice of the mizvot. We do mizvot to bring the infinite divine into our world.
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Occasionally we come across a story so inspiring that it compels us to share it with as many people as possible — hence my decision to reprint it, with permission, here. He disseminates daily voice notes through WhatsApp as well as podcasts, accessible on iTunes and SoundCloud. The pieces range four- to nine-minutes long and explore the depth within a simple chassidic folktale, parallels between some of the most profound chassidic teachings and similar ideas in contemporary philosophy and poetry and anything in betwen. She also teaches a class in chassidus to the tenth grade.
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