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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

Jewish Law and the Secret of Infinity

Feb 19, 2014No Comments

Following the festive, yet awe-inspiring Divine Revelation at Sinai, Parashat Mishpatim jumps straight in at the deep end of Jewish law. In this parashah, we

The Foundations of Maimonides Life and Thou...

Jan 09, 2018Comments off

Following Maimonides’ incredible work, including his Code of Law, the Guide to the Perplexed, and his medical work, we learn about the many faces of

From Rebuke to Blessing

Dec 29, 2017Comments off

The highest level of blessing is sometimes concealed within stern rebuke In Parashat Vayechi, Jacob gathers his sons together to bless them before his death.

The Messianic New (World) Order

Dec 21, 2017Comments off

Every new chapter of human history was led by three leaders who together created a new order in the world. Before the Mashiach comes, another

19th Of Kislev Farbrengen – Live Broa...

Dec 04, 2017Comments off

For live subtitles please check our facebook page when the event will start – https://www.facebook.com/GalEinai/

Parashat Vayishlach – Dinah’s Assau...

Nov 30, 2017Comments off

Even the gravest incident can bring a change for the better, and even the most painful trauma can be healed “Dinah, Leah’s daughter who she

The Needle in the Nose: Evil Kings and Mess...

Nov 06, 2017Comments off

Hang onto your seats as you watch Rabbi Ginsburgh’s lecture on the evil kings of the past, their incarnations, rectifications, correlation to the light of

Names behind the redemption

Jan 05, 2018Comments off

One of the interesting things about Parashat Shemot, which literally means, “Names,” is that aside from the initial listing of all the names of Jacob

Truth and Beauty – Parashat Lech Lech

Oct 26, 2017Comments off

Loving-kindness bridges the gap between Abraham’s penchant for truth and Sarah’s beauty At the end of Parashat Noah, we read about Abraham’s birth, but apart

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