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My Name Is Asher Lev Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 Summary

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Chapter 7 Summary

Asher is thirteen. Before becoming bnai mitzvah, he must meet one-on-one with the Rebbe. He prepares for the meeting by studying Torah and Hasidus after school with the mashpia. The Rebbe tells Asher that a life is not measured by the work one does but by how the work is done for the sake of heaven. He says that those who love Asher do not accept that, but he reminds Asher to honor his father.

An unknown older man sits in the Rebbe's waiting room. When Asher exits the Rebbe's office, he sees that the man has left behind a sketch of Asher. The sketch is signed "Jacob Kahn." While Jacob meets with the Rebbe, Asher draws a sketch of him and leaves it in the waiting room. Outside the building, Jacob gives Asher the sketchbook he had filled for the mashpia and says that the Rebbe...

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