Deuteronomy – Dvarim

Ki Teitzei: Curing Doubt

Aug 26, 2020Comments off

  Amalek is not only an external enemy. Fighting against the Jewish people, soon after their freedom from slavery in Egypt, Amalek’s goal was to

Mathematics in the Torah: Devarim: 3 Verse...

Jul 23, 2020Comments off

Devarim’s first two verses Let’s look at the first three verses of the Penateuch’s fifth book, or chumash, Deuteronomy (or Devarim): Verse 1: These are

Re’eh: Essential Sight and Heavenly Wonde...

Aug 30, 2019Comments off

In this week’s Torah portion, Re’eh, (“See”) Moses admonishes Israel: “See, I set before you today blessing and curse.” The holy Or Hachaim explains that

Ascent of the Generations

Aug 22, 2019Comments off

A translated excerpt from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s words at the Torah Achievement Award Ceremony on 7th of Av 5779, August 8th, 2019.   The sages say

Parashat Shoftim – Mind Over Heart

Aug 17, 2018Comments off

The roles played by the judges and the king complement one another in leading the Jewish People The Torah portion of Shoftim relates in particular

Parashat Eikev – Not Upon Bread Alone

Aug 03, 2018Comments off

The secret of the blessings before and after eating, the positive purpose that hunger serves, and the special significance of the Land of Life One

Perceptive Counseling – Parashat Deva...

Jul 20, 2018Comments off

Truly wise individuals have an innate understanding of the psyche In the Torah portion of Devarim, Moses begins his final speech and directive to the

Devarim – Living with the Torah’s W...

Jul 20, 2018Comments off

Devarim: Sunday: Shechinah Speaking “These are the things that Moses spoke to all Israel”. The entire book of Deuteronomy is Moses’ speech. Together with that,

Parshat Eikev: The Seven Species

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The Land of the Supernal Crown

Apr 16, 2014No Comments

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