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The Fourth Revolution: Rabbi Ginsburgh and ...

May 17, 2022Comments off

Recently a major project for disseminating Torah on the internet was initiated. The idea is to reach out to all the peoples of the world

Rabbi Mordechai of Chernobyl: Out of the Cl...

May 17, 2022Comments off

Rabbi Mordechai Twersky was born in Chernobyl to the famous Rabbi Menachem Nachum of Chernobyl (author of the book Ma’or Einayim and a disciple of

Bechukotai: Fathers and Mothers

May 17, 2022Comments off

The word that repeats many times in our parashah is “I will give” (וְנָתַתִּי), which can also mean “I will make.” Parashat Bechukotai contains both

Q&A: Agoraphobia

May 17, 2022Comments off

Q: Shalom, as the years have passed, I’ve become more and more apprehensive about leaving my home. As of now, I suppose that I have

The Fourth Revolution: Rabbi Ginsburgh Answ...

May 11, 2022Comments off

The concept of the Fourth Revolution and teaching Torah to the nations of the world elicits many questions, particularly among those who are working, boots

The Saraf of Moglanitza: The Righteous Wome...

May 11, 2022Comments off

Rabbi Chaim Meir Yechiel Shapira, known as the Saraf of Moglanitza, was born in 5559 (1799) to Rebbetzin Pearl, the daughter of Rabbi Yisrael of

Behar: Who is the Redeemer?

May 11, 2022Comments off

“And if your brother becomes poor and he sells part of his lands, and his redeemer (go’alo/ (גאלו , who is his kinsman, shall come

Q&A: Mission in Life and Making a Livi...

May 11, 2022Comments off

Q: I was wondering if a person is supposed to figure out his specific rectification in this life. In addition to studying Torah, keeping mitzvot

The Fourth Revolution: Rabbi Ginsburgh Answ...

May 03, 2022Comments off

Part 1 Click here for Part 2 “The Left Arm Pushes Them Away While the Right Arm Draws Them Near” The concept of the Fourth

Rabbi Shmuel of Kaminka: A Leader in Purgat...

May 03, 2022Comments off

Rabbi Shmuel Marbino of Kaminka-Mariopol was born in 5538 or 5539 (1778 or 1779) to Rabbi Moshe Aharon, the son of Rabbi Tzvi Hirsch of

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