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The Longing-Moving-Delighting Tzaddikim

May 13, 2019Comments off

By Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh In Hebrew, the words געגועים-נענועים-שעשועים/Ga’agu’im-Na’anu’im-Sha’ashu’im are spelled similarly and also allude to an important process in our service of God. Ga’agu’im

Cure for Paranoia

May 13, 2019Comments off

By Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh What is the special healing property of the month of Iyar, the month whose name is an acronym for “Ani Havayah

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

מאת גמלאי עיריית טבריה

The Fourth Revolution in Torah Learning

Feb 01, 2018Comments off

Who is the Torah intended for? For Torah scholars? For men? For women? For Jews? Perhaps even for non-Jews? As conservative and stringent as the

Holy Leopards

Nov 17, 2017Comments off

The verse states that Nimrod was a fierce hunter (גבור ציד). The first three letters of Nimrod (נמר) mean “leopard.” Similarly, the midrash teaches us

Secrets behind mankind’s creation ...

Aug 04, 2016Comments off

In the video below you can watch the Q&A that took place after the lesson – Rabbi Ginsburgh answer questions from the audience. Please sign in the

Battling Giants: From Moshe to David to Mas...

Sep 16, 2016Comments off

Click here to access the PDF (Letter-sized format) of the transcript of the full class For more information about the monthly class please visit our website

The Heart that Never Sleeps – Index

Mar 27, 20142 Comments

The Heart that Never Sleeps: Conclusion: My Perfect One Revisited – Part 1 The exile of the Jewish soul–the apparent loss of Jewish identity–is compared to

Battling Giants: From Moshe to David to Mas...

Aug 29, 2016Comments off

Click here to access the PDF (Letter-sized format) of the transcript  For more information about the monthly class please visit our website – livebroadcast.inner.org.il  

Paths of Divine Service: From Kabbalah to B...

Mar 13, 2014No Comments

In parshat Re’eh, the Torah restates that there are only a limited number of kosher cattle, “This is the cattle that you may eat, ox, sheep

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