All posts by Imry GalEinai

Passing Over into Redemption

Apr 01, 2018Comments off

  Pesach is not a time for measured steps and gradual progression, but a daring leap directly to the goal God Passes Over What does

Day Without Fire

Mar 08, 2018Comments off

Parshat VaYakhel opens with the command to keep Shabbat. This command concludes with the injunction: “Do not kindle a fire in any of your dwelling

A Blessed Census

Mar 08, 2018Comments off

Parashat Pekudei deals with constructing the Mishkan (the Tabernacle). It begins by enumerating the weights of the precious metals that the Jewish people donated. By

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From Frankenstein to Rectification : Light,...

Mar 06, 2018Comments off

Turning darkness into light. Rabbi Ginsburgh takes us on a psychological progression like you’ve never heard before.  

How to Stay Cool and Beat Amalek

Feb 28, 2018Comments off

Purim On Purim, we have an obligation to imbibe until we can no longer distinguish between “cursed is Haman” and “blessed is Mordechai.” Everyone is

Ki Tisah – Living with the Torah’s Week...

Feb 28, 2018Comments off

Ki Tisah: Sunday: The Second Half “And this is what they shall give, all those that pass through the counters, half a shekel of the

Rectifying the Sin of the Golden Calf

Feb 28, 2018Comments off

The sin of the Golden Calf divides Parashat Ki Tisa into two parts – before the sin and after it. At first glance, the sin

The Moon : Mystery of consciousness

Feb 22, 2018Comments off

Tetzaveh – Living with the Torah’s Week...

Feb 22, 2018Comments off

Tetzaveh: Sunday: Where is Moses? “And you shall command the Children of Israel”. In this entire Torah portion, G-d turns to Moses and speaks to

Connecting “Me” to “My Na...

Feb 22, 2018Comments off

The Tabernacle connects between two levels: “For Me” and “For My Name.” These allude to two paths to serving God For My Name In the