Genesis – Bereisheet

Parshat Vayishlach: Parshah Resources

Jan 29, 2014No Comments

Audio Lecture: Battling the Stranger in the Darkness There is an ongoing battle in our souls between the forces of good and the forces of

Parshat Toldot: Parshah Resources

Jan 29, 2014No Comments

Digging the Wells in our Souls Our souls have infinite depths, waiting to be uplifted and manifest at the surface. The Divine service of our

Parshat Vayeira: Parshah Resources

Jan 27, 2014No Comments

Abraham’s Divine Beard Salon Besides receiving food, drink and a place to stay, Abraham’s many guests were treated to a beard grooming that would totally

Parshat Noach: Parshah Resources

Jan 27, 2014No Comments

Genesis 6:9-11:32 God’s Covenants with Noach and Abraham (from the Bnei Noach section of our site) The climax of the flood is God’s covenant with

Parshat Lech Lecha: Parshah Resources

Jan 27, 2014No Comments

Secrets of the Unifying Covenants Everybody would like to emulate God and to have the ability to influence Divine Providence. The keys to both these

FROM NOAH’S RAINBOW TO ISAAC NEWTON&#...

Jan 16, 2014No Comments

EXCERPT FROM RABBI GINSBURGH’S UPCOMING BOOK: KABBALAH AND MEDITATION FOR THE NATIONS THIS ARTICLE IS ALSO AVAILALBE AS A PDF FILE Here: E66-0129 (105KB) In the Torah

Vayechi: From rebuke to blessing

Dec 28, 20122 Comments

In Parashat Vayechi, Jacob gathers his sons to speak to them before his death. Although Jacob’s address is usually referred to as the blessings he

Vayigash: The history of crying

Dec 21, 2012No Comments

The story of Joseph and his brothers reaches its climax in Parashat Vayigash whenJudah approaches Joseph and surrenders himself as a servant in Benjamin’s stead,

Getting to know one another

Dec 14, 20124 Comments

Parashat Miketz lies at the heart of the action-packed suspense story of Joseph and his brothers. The hero of the story, the righteous Joseph, is

Parshat Vayeitzei: A Place of Prayer

Mar 10, 2014No Comments

We have already seen that the sages understand that the word “He arrived,” ויפגע , means “prayed.” When Jacob arrived at Mt. Moriah, the place where Isaac

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