This is the third excerpt from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s lesson on the Three Weeks. You can see the entire lesson here.
In this amazing lesson which delves deeply into the psyche, Rabbi Ginsburgh expounds upon three stages of dealing or not dealing with guilt and anxiety
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
This week’s Torah portion is named after Pinchas whose zealous act retracted God’s anger and atoned for the Jewish people’s sins of promiscuity. The final
The Seer of Lublin passed away, at the age of 70, on the 9th of Av 5575 (1815), a day of national mourning, but also,
The two elements of fire and water unite in the Temple. The two elements of air and earth unite in the Land of Israel. In
An important Talmudic rule says, “‘We didn’t see it’ is no proof [that it doesn’t exist or that it didn’t happen]”. In Hebrew, “sight” (רְאִיָה)
Both the mind and the heart possess an “inner eye.” On Shabbat the inner eye of the mind opens to see Godliness in contemplative meditation.