The Beinoni in a Nutshell

Sep 02, 2020Comments off

There are no holidays in the month of Elul, but the entire month is preparation for the holidays coming in the month of Tishrei. In

For Whom was the World Created?

Aug 20, 2020Comments off

For whom was the world created? “Rav said, the world was created for David. And Shmuel said, for Moses and Rabbi Yochanan said, for Mashiach.”[1]

We Can Sweeten the World

Aug 13, 2020Comments off

On the surface, the spiritual service of transforming darkness to light and bitterness to sweetness seems to be the service of pious individuals, while the

Redemption Concealed in Destruction

Aug 05, 2020Comments off

The month of Av is certainly extreme. Tishah be’Av (the ninth day of Av) is the lowest day of the year and then just a

Can we be Happy and Sad Simultaneously?

Jul 29, 2020Comments off

How can we transform the mourning and sorrow over the destruction of the Temple into joy? The prophecies of doom to prophecies of comfort? The

The Rebbe Rayatz: Farbreng and Bring the Re...

Jul 02, 2020Comments off

In the Hayom Yom (a yearly calendar containing an aphorism for each day of the year compiled by the Lubavitcher Rebbe) for the 12th day

Torah Healing: Advice from the Noam Elimele...

Mar 20, 2020Comments off

During this time of isolation, Rabbi Ginsburgh has begun to teach a short audio lesson daily. In this first lesson, on the day of passing

Descent and Ascent: It’s All a Plot

Jan 16, 2020Comments off

  One of the “principles of faith” appearing in the teachings of the Torah’s inner dimension is that every descent is for the purpose of

It’s Your Choice: The paradox of omni...

Jan 09, 2020Comments off

It’s Your Choice The Paradox of Omniscience and Free-Will The famous sage Rabbi Akiva expressed the paradox of God’s omniscience and man’s free-will with the

It’s Your Choice

Jan 08, 2020Comments off

Rabbi Ginsburgh explains that the tzaddik makes his own choices – and we do, as well.