noun, plural zad·di·kim [Sephardic Hebrew tsah-dee-keem; Ashkenazic Hebrew, English tsah-dee-kim, -dik-im] /Sephardic Hebrew tsɑ diˈkim; Ashkenazic Hebrew, English tsɑˈdi kɪm, -ˈdɪk ɪm/. Hebrew.
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But the greatest abuse has come from the doctrine of the Zaddik.Dreamers of the Ghetto
All and everything that the Zaddik does and thinks has a decided influence upon the382 upper and lower worlds.
The Deity reveals Himself especially in the acts of the Zaddik; even his most trifling deeds are to be considered important.
The Zaddik was also to bear himself proudly towards men; all this was "for the glory of God."
Whoever desired to enter upon a hazardous transaction consulted the Zaddik as an oracle, and had to pay for his counsel.