Rabbi Ginsburgh

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From Frankenstein to Rectification : Light,...

Mar 06, 2018Comments off

Turning darkness into light. Rabbi Ginsburgh takes us on a psychological progression like you’ve never heard before.  

A Blessed Census

Mar 08, 2018Comments off

Parashat Pekudei deals with constructing the Mishkan (the Tabernacle). It begins by enumerating the weights of the precious metals that the Jewish people donated. By

The Rachamim Rabim Melody

Dec 28, 2017Comments off

Connecting “Me” to “My Na...

Feb 22, 2018Comments off

The Tabernacle connects between two levels: “For Me” and “For My Name.” These allude to two paths to serving God For My Name In the

Mishpatim – Living with the Torah’s Wee...

Feb 07, 2018Comments off

Mishpatim: Sunday: The Hebrew Slave Not everyone connects to gematria, the study of the numerical value of Hebrew words. While gematria is one of the

Beshalach – Living with the Torah’s Wee...

Jan 24, 2018Comments off

B’shalach: Sunday: Back to Egypt “And G-d did not guide them by way of the land of the Plishtim for it was close, for G-d

The War of the Reptiles

Jan 19, 2018Comments off

The Zohar on Parashat Bo offers a mysterious and most profound explanation why God told Moses “Come to Pharaoh” instead of “Go to Pharaoh.” In

Shemot – Living with the Torah’s We...

Jan 04, 2018Comments off

Shemot: Sunday: In the Merit of Women “And these are the names (Shmot) of the sons of Israel coming to Egypt”. Jacob and his sons

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

Living with the Torah’s Weekly Portio...

Dec 29, 2017Comments off

Vayechi: Sunday: Good Eye “And Jacob lived in the land of Egypt for seventeen years and the days of Jacob, the years of his life