All posts by Imry GalEinai

Correct Diagnosis

Apr 13, 2018Comments off

In parashat of Tazria we learn about the disease of tzara’at (Biblical leprosy) and how the individual suffering from it is purified. Although nowadays we

Tazriyah Metzorah – Living with the Torah...

Apr 13, 2018Comments off

Tazria-Metzora: Sunday: Shades of White There are four types of tzara’at, a Biblical skin affliction commonly translated as ‘leprosy’: Baheret, se’et, sapachat of baheret and

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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.  

Vayakhel-Pikudei – Living with the To...

Mar 08, 2018Comments off

Vayakhel-Pekudai: Sunday: Shabbat Shalom “And Moses assembled the entire congregation of the Children of Israel and he said to them, ‘These are the things that

Who Knows Eight?

Apr 01, 2018Comments off

Eight represents Divine inspiration when it is integrated in our souls The eighth day of inaugurating the Tabernacle fell on the first day of the

Banishing Evil

Apr 20, 2018Comments off

Sending the scapegoat to Azazel is like bribing the dark inclinations that threaten us from within The portion of Acharei-Mot describes in detail the service

Parshat Naso: The Flow of Paradox

Mar 13, 20141 Comment

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

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

Living with the Torah’s Weekly Portion &#...

Apr 27, 2018Comments off

Emor: Sunday: What to remember when you are big “Say to the Priests, the sons of Aaron and you shall say to them, they shall