Exodus – Shemot

Yitro – Living with the Torah’s Weekly ...

Feb 01, 2018Comments off

Yitro: Sunday: Only Good and Lovingkindness The Torah portion of Yitro is the 17th in the Torah. The numerical value of 17 is tov, ‘good’.

Lights and Mitzvot

Feb 01, 2018Comments off

The 613 mitzvot are the only vessels that can contain the great spiritual lights of the Revelation at Mt. Sinai The past few portions of

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Leave the Straits of Egypt Today

Jan 25, 2018Comments off

The painting is courtesy of the painter Baruch Nachshon – Nachshonart This article is excerpted from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s soon-to-be-published book, “The Inner Dimension.” In the Torah

Terumah – Living with the Torah’s Weekl...

Feb 15, 2018Comments off

Trumah: Sunday: Rectifying Foolishness “And they shall make an ark of acacia (shitim) wood”. Chassidut explains that the acacia wood in the Tabernacle alludes to

The War of the Reptiles

Jan 19, 2018Comments off

Excerpted from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s soon-to-be-published book, “The Inner Dimension.” The Zohar[1] on Parashat Bo offers a mysterious and most profound explanation why God told Moses

Mishpatim – Living with the Torah’s Wee...

Feb 07, 2018Comments off

Mishpatim: Sunday: The Hebrew Slave Not everyone connects to gematria, the study of the numerical value of Hebrew words. While gematria is one of the

Shemot – Living with the Torah’s We...

Jan 04, 2018Comments off

Shemot: Sunday: In the Merit of Women “And these are the names (Shmot) of the sons of Israel coming to Egypt”. Jacob and his sons

Beshalach – Living with the Torah’s Wee...

Jan 24, 2018Comments off

B’shalach: Sunday: Back to Egypt “And G-d did not guide them by way of the land of the Plishtim for it was close, for G-d

Jewish Law and the Secret of the Finite

Feb 19, 2014No Comments

The laws of the Torah reveal the finiteness of its revealed aspect leading us to unite it with its inner secrets Following the festive, yet

Names behind the redemption

Jan 05, 2018Comments off

One of the interesting things about Parashat Shemot, which literally means, “Names,” is that aside from the initial listing of all the names of Jacob

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