All posts by Imry GalEinai

Korach – Living with the Torah’s Weekly...

Jun 15, 2018Comments off

Korach: Sunday: From Cain to Korach “And Korach took/Vayikach Korach”… All the Torah commentaries attempt to explain what exactly it is that Korach took. The

Positively Embarrassing – Gimel Tamuz

Jun 15, 2018Comments off

By the beginning of the eighties, the masses of people who thronged to hear and speak with the Lubavitcher Rebbe made it nearly impossible to

Left Right Left

Jun 15, 2018Comments off

Moses is right. Korach is left. The Torah is the golden mean that connects them Korach and his followers’ uprising against Moses and Aaron has

Behaalotcha – Living with the Torah’s W...

Jun 01, 2018Comments off

BSD B’ha’alotcha: Sunday: Love of Israel “Speak to Aaron and you shall say to him, When you light the candles before the menorah, the seven

Questions and Answers about Harav Ginsburgh...

Apr 27, 2018Comments off

We have seen a strong reaction (both positive and negative) in response to Rav Ginsburgh’s position on yoga. We believe this is a positive thing.

Naso – Living with the Torah’s Weekly P...

May 25, 2018Comments off

BSD Naso: Sunday: Surrounding Lights “Lift the heads of the sons of Gershon”. The sons of Gershon carry the curtains of the Tabernacle, the sons

Behar – Living with the Torah’s Wee...

May 03, 2018Comments off

Behar: Sunday: A Gift for the Bride “When you will come to the Land that I am giving to you and the Land shall rest,

Parshat Beha’alotcha: Lighting the Ca...

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Audio This article is based on a recorded lecture. You can listen to the lecture by clicking here. (You can also download the lecture by right-clicking this

Acharei Mot Kdoshim – Living with the Tor...

Apr 20, 2018Comments off

Aharei Mot-Kedoshim: Sunday: Focus on Your Lot Yom Kippur is a special time to atone for sins of illicit relations. It is not for naught

Yoga: Can it be kosher? Rav Ginsburgh addre...

Apr 20, 2018Comments off

The thoughts we have, the words we chose and the movements we make profoundly affect and influence our souls. Therefore, as Jews, we have an