In this video clip, Rabbi Ginsburgh draws parallels between the three Jewish Patriarchs and the three forefathers of Chassidut.
Rabbi Ginsburgh composed this melody in honor of the 9th of Kislev, the birthday and day of passing of the Mittler Rebbe of Chabad.
Rabbi Ginsburgh explains how to adopt Isaac’s trait of fear of God and how it can be applied to accomplish more and more in our
Rabbi Ginsburgh explains the Kabbalistic Name of God that gives a clear directive to the Israel Defense Forces. Even if you are not a mathematical
Rabbi Ginsburgh describes the three levels of positive thinking and how to apply them to change reality for the better.
Rabbi Ginsburgh tells the story of The Weasel and the Well and expounds upon the innate power of loyalty that illuminates our souls.
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Every year, Rabbi Ginsburgh explains the meaning of the acronym spelled out by the letters of the new year. This new year, 5780, he has
Rabbi Ginsburgh describes the five levels of teshuvah according to Rebbe Zusha and the concept of walking simply with God.