Inspiration

Thanksgiving and Masks of Purim

Feb 10, 2021Comments off

The following is excerpted from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s new book, “Joyous All Year Round.” You can order this book here.  On the three pilgrimage festivals (Pesach,

A Tzaddik is Born

Feb 04, 2021Comments off

In his Sefer Hamidot, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov writes: “When you suddenly feel that joy has entered your heart, it is because a tzaddik (righteous person) has been

The Holy Jesters: Eat Well, Sleep Well, and...

Jan 27, 2021Comments off

Excerpted from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s soon-to-be-released booklet, “Joyous All Year Around.” The Ba’al Shem Tov said that when a person lacks motivation and vitality for all

Restoring the Lost Crown and the Joy of the...

Jan 22, 2021Comments off

“And the ransomed of God shall return and come singing to Zion and everlasting joy shall be upon their heads; they shall obtain gladness and

The Secret of Happiness

Jan 13, 2021Comments off

“God’s secret is for those who fear Him” (Psalms 25:14). What is the secret that God reveals to those who fear Him? The phrase, “God’s

Infectious Joy

Mar 27, 2020Comments off

The last words that we merited to hear from the Lubavitcher Rebbe were “with an abundance of song and chorus.” Even when the Rebbe himself

Alone Together

Mar 20, 2020Comments off

Hundreds are hospitalized in isolation, hundreds of thousands who have possibly been exposed to the novel corona virus are in quarantine and everyone else has

Inner Sparks – Short Inner Sparks to ...

Feb 16, 2014No Comments

 This Weeks New INNER SPARK     Before the Ba’al Shem Tov passed away, his disciples asked him by what criteria they should choose a successor. He

I Thank God with All My Heart

Apr 26, 2012No Comments

In the book, Beit Aharon, compiled by Rabbi Aharon of Karlin, there is an interpretation of the opening verse in Psalms 111, “Praise God! I

The Mind’s Eye, the Heart’s Eye

Jul 25, 20111 Comment

Both the mind and the heart possess an “inner eye.” On Shabbat the inner eye of the mind opens to see Godliness in contemplative meditation.

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