In part 1, we discussed how natural joy is the happiness in who we are, in our very existence. It already exists within us. All we have
Click here for Part 2 of this article Purim is right around the corner and now we are obligated to be happy. That’s an order!
Excerpted from a class that Rabbi Ginsburgh recently gave to the students of yeshivat Chomesh, which was recently destroyed by the Israeli government in response
Q: I teach in a seminary for young women who wish to convert to Judaism. We currently have an excellent group and the atmosphere is
Click here for part 1 of this article. Guarding the Covenant in the Modern World – Part 2 Rectifying sexual lust is known
Q: I would love to be closer with my mother, but try as I might, I feel a certain distance from her. The memories of
Click here for Part 2 of this article Longing for intimacy Maintaining sexual propriety—commonly known as “guarding the covenant” (שְׁמִירַת הַבְּרִית), in Jewish sources—is difficult.
Click here for Part 1 Relating to another person with the pronoun “you” directly and honestly is the foundation of our relationships with others. Major
This is the fourth part of a transcript of Rabbi Ginsburgh's class at the Torat Hanefesh School of Jewish Psychology from 13th of Av, 5769
The sages say that a person who “makes himself like leftovers” merits to ascend to the loftiest heights (Rosh Hashanah 17b). There are people for