The Book of Ruth and the Secrets Behind Man...

May 22, 2023Comments off

25th of Tammuz, 5776 Monthly Live Broadcast Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh   1. “Let us make man” – To whom was God talking? Today we are

Questions and Answers on Conversion and the...

May 22, 2023Comments off

Question: The Rav has spoken about the need to convert all the potential righteous converts among the nations. How can we find them? Answer: By

Kavanot for the Seventh Week of Sefirat HaO...

May 17, 2023Comments off

We are now entering the final week of Sefirat Ha’omer (the Counting of the Omer), the final week before Shavu’ot—the Giving of the Torah. As

The Ternary Torah

Jun 03, 2022Comments off

Unedited excerpt from a class given on 4 Sivan 5746 in Be’er Sheva (Click here for a PDF version of this article that includes all

The Gift from the Desert

Jun 01, 2022Comments off

Everyone knows where the Giving of the Torah took place: At Mount Sinai, of course. But where is Mount Sinai? Nobody is exactly sure. Researchers

The Book of Ruth

May 31, 2022Comments off

Rabbi Ginsburgh explores the interplay between the protagonists in the Scroll of Ruth and modern physics, specifically the pigeon-hole principle. Meditating on the relationships between

Festivals Remedy Mental Illness

Apr 13, 2022Comments off

The Torah is multidimensional. Chasidic thought unlocked the psychological side dimension in all its depth. One of the ideas uncovered is that the festivals correspond

Orders of the Triple Torah

May 12, 2021Comments off

From Rosh Chodesh Sivan, the third month of the Jewish year, we begin to prepare ourselves to receive the “three-faceted Torah” as it is described

The Secret of Batsheva Part 2

Jun 17, 2020Comments off

What was David’s mistake?  How did David make the mistake of taking Batsheva prematurely? The Arizal teaches us that David ruled over his tribe alone

Conversion and Lineage

May 28, 2020Comments off

(Excerpted from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s book, “The Art of Education”) Both Abraham and Sarah are the spiritual parents of every convert to Judaism, whether male or