Amalek is not only an external enemy. Fighting against the Jewish people, soon after their freedom from slavery in Egypt, Amalek’s goal was to
“I am to my beloved and my beloved is to me.” Rabbi Ginsburgh sings the verse that he expounded upon above.
Rabbi Ginsburgh describes the attribute of Foundation in the phrase, ‘a helpmate opposite him’ as it applies to the marriage relationship.
Rabbi Ginsburgh discusses how the attributes of Victory and Acknowledgement are expressed in the verse about marriage, “A helpmate opposite him.”
Rabbi Ginsburgh explains how we can apply the lofty teachings of the holy Arizal in our daily lives.