Genesis – Bereisheet

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Tamar, an End to Bitterness

Dec 07, 2012No Comments

The episode of Judah and Tamar that appears in this week’s parashah, Parashat Vayeishev, is one of the most mysterious stories of the Torah. A

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Live Broadcast – Jacob (and Esau) ...

Dec 05, 2016Comments off

Harav Ginsburgh explores the many facets of Jacob’s character and the impressions they make on reality. The sages describe Jacob as “the choice among the

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Vayishlach: Born Three Times

Mar 10, 2014No Comments

We will begin by looking at the verb form of “to send,” שלח , the root of the name of ourparshah, Vayishlach. The numerical value of this verb

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The All-Encompassing South

Feb 19, 2014No Comments

In some of our previous articles this year (5774), we offered a few two-word phrases that carry the initials ע”ד (that have a numerical value

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Vayeira: The Three Angels and their Mission...

Mar 13, 2014No Comments

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A Time to Create and the Creation of Time

Apr 17, 2014No Comments

DATE AND LOCATION Tishrei 24, 5766 | October 22, 2005 at the Beit Knesset Merkazi, Kfar Chabad (Marantz Upshernish) SUMMARY The first verse of the

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Parshat Toldot: How Is Mazal Different From...

Mar 10, 2014No Comments

Isaac On the Altar In Kabbalah, it is stated that until he was bound on the altar, Isaac could neither bond with a woman in

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Lech Lecha: Fitting In As A Jew

Mar 10, 2014No Comments

The following verse appears in the first portion of parshat Lech Lecha:1 And Abram passed through the land, until the place of Shechem, until the plain of Moreh,

Reconnecting with Joseph’s Tree

Mar 10, 2014No Comments

A speical address for Gal Einai students in Mexico given on 7th of Tevet, 5771 (Monday, December 13, 2010) Shalom to everyone, We are going

Vayigash: Daily Insight #1

Mar 10, 2014No Comments

The first verse of our parshah, parshat Vayigash, reads: Judah approached him and said: “Please, my lord…” On this verse we find the following midrash: “For the kings