In the clip we showed yesterday, Leonard Nimoy bemoaned that Yiddish was becoming a dead language. Unfortunately, he wasn't aware of the Chassidic communities that are so vibrant today in the USA and in Israel.
In today's amazing glimpse into the Chassidic world in Israel, we meet a little boy of four, who like other children his age, reads fluently. He grows up in a world of emotional and intellectual purity. His parents have no computer or TV. As such, after school (which is from 8AM to 5:30PM at age 4 already, with a 90-minute lunch break) Little Nachman is either outside playing or inside reviewing his learning. He does both with joy, as you can see for yourself: