All posts by Gal Einai

Lech Lecha: Conversion: The Torah of Mashia...

Oct 13, 2021Comments off

What is the true meaning of the time of Mashiach and how should we understand the fact that in our own times, well into the

Q&A: Rachel, Speech and Silence

Oct 13, 2021Comments off

Q: What is the connection between Rachel and speech? And why is she silent? A: The power of speech corresponds to the sefirah of malchut,

Rebbe Avraham of Slonim: A Personalized Reb...

Oct 13, 2021Comments off

Rabbi Avraham Weinberg of Slonim, called the “Yesod Ha’avodah” for the book that he wrote, was the founder of the Slonim Chassidic sect. He was

Rachel: Understanding Infertility Part 2

Oct 12, 2021Comments off

Click here for Part 1 of this article   Make Your Voice Heard Rachel is not the only infertile woman in the Torah. Her mother-in-law

Abraham: Illuminating the World

Oct 11, 2021Comments off

The world was shrouded in darkness for 19 generations, until Abraham began to illuminate it. Darkness is not only a symbol for a state in

Noach: Creation and its Affirmation

Oct 06, 2021Comments off

Parshat Bereisheet ended with God’s utter repugnance from creation. Mankind was the crown of all of creation and because of its abominable behavior, God felt remorse

Noach: The Secret of the Covenant

Oct 06, 2021Comments off

Ma’ayan Ganim: A Chassidic Perspective for the Torah Portion of Noach   The First Covenant One of the fundamental concepts in the Torah is the

Holy Chills and the Messianic Scorpion

Oct 06, 2021Comments off

As fall gets into full swing, we don’t want to get chilled. But coldness can also be holy! The mazal of the new month of

The Power of the Eyes

Oct 05, 2021Comments off

In this clip from a lecture given on the yahrtzeit of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev, Rabbi Ginsburgh discusses the difference between seeing and looking

Filling our Words with Light

Oct 05, 2021Comments off

Rabbi Ginsburgh tells the story of The Weasel and the Well and expounds upon the innate power of loyalty that illuminates our souls.