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The Rebbe is Always with his Chassidim

Jul 15, 2019Comments off

In honor of the 12th and 13th of Tamuz, the holiday of redemption of the Rebbe Rayatz In 5707 (1947), two years after the end

“And You Shall Look at his Place and ...

Jul 04, 2019Comments off

Rabbi Ginsburgh on the power of the act of deep, generous looking to jolt another into a better reality.

The Power of the Eyes

Jul 04, 2019Comments off

  In this clip from a lecture given on the yahrtzeit of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev, Rabbi Ginsburgh discusses the difference between seeing and

Rabbi Meir Ba’al Hanes: Children of God ...

May 19, 2019Comments off

By Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh The 14th of Iyar is Pesach Sheni, “the Second Pesach,” the second chance for those Jews who were unable to bring

The Rebbe the Maharash: Lechatchilah Ariber...

May 16, 2019Comments off

By Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh Rebbe Shmuel Schneerson, the Rebbe the Maharash, is the fourth Rebbe in the Chabad dynasty. He was born on the second

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

To Set Sail on a Rickety Boat: Rebbe Menach...

May 12, 2019Comments off

By Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh Rebbe Menachem Mendel of Vitebsk was one of the great disciples of the Maggid of Mezeritch. He was born to his

Jewish Mother’s Day: Be a Natural Jew

Oct 15, 2018Comments off

This Shabbat, the 11th of Cheshvan, the anniversary of the death of our Matriarch, Rachel is the Jewish Mother’s Day. The 11th of Cheshvan is

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