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CHEMDAS YAMIM חמדת ימים

CHEMDAS YAMIM חמדת ימים

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Chemdas Yamim חמדת ימים is an anonymous kabbalistic work in 4 volumes written in the late 17th, early 18th centuries on the subjects of Shabbos and the Yamim Tovim. It's a very multifaceted work that discusses halachah, mussar, kabbalah, customs of the Arizal, prayer, and many other subjects. This sefer is one of the most controversial seforim of the past three centuries because from its original publication it was accused, mainly by Rav Yakov Emden, of being authored by a Shabatean. The sefer is a major source of many kabbalistic minhagim that are practised by many Jews today, especially Chasidim and Sefardim. In the past few decades it had a revival, because it is the primary source of the famous Tu BeShevat Seder (see Vol. 2, Shovevim Ch. 3, p. 108-110), which has become very popular among many various groups of Jews. This work was originally published and edited in 1732 by the great Rabeinu Yakov Ben Yom Tov Algazi, the father of the Maharit Algazi, a friend of the Chida, the Rosh Yeshiva of Beit El in Yerushalayim and one of the great mekubalim of his time, which also greatly attributed to its credibility.
Chemdas Yamim חמדת ימים is an anonymous kabbalistic work in 4 volumes written in the late 17th, early 18th centuries on the subjects of Shabbos and the Yamim Tovim. It's a very multifaceted work that discusses halachah, mussar, kabbalah, customs of the Arizal, prayer, and many other subjects. This sefer is one of the most controversial seforim of the past three centuries because from its original publication it was accused, mainly by Rav Yakov Emden, of being authored by a Shabatean. The sefer is a major source of many kabbalistic minhagim that are practised by many Jews today, especially Chasidim and Sefardim. In the past few decades it had a revival, because it is the primary source of the famous Tu BeShevat Seder (see Vol. 2, Shovevim Ch. 3, p. 108-110), which has become very popular among many various groups of Jews. This work was originally published and edited in 1732 by the great Rabeinu Yakov Ben Yom Tov Algazi, the father of the Maharit Algazi, a friend of the Chida, the Rosh Yeshiva of Beit El in Yerushalayim and one of the great mekubalim of his time, which also greatly attributed to its credibility.

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Published by: ELEAZAR SHLOMO ben YA'AKOV GOLDMAN on Jan 22, 2013
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