Genesis – Bereisheet

I Can Always Do More: An Inner Perspective ...

Nov 29, 2019Comments off

Rabbi Ginsburgh explains how to adopt Isaac’s trait of fear of God and how it can be applied to accomplish more and more in our

Toldot: Isaac’s Wells and the Modern-Day ...

Nov 27, 2019Comments off

And the herdsmen of Gerar strove with Isaac’s herdsmen, saying: ‘The water is ours.’ And he called the name of the well Esek; because they

Abraham’s Gift of the Name of Impurity

Nov 20, 2019Comments off

Abraham’s Gift of the Name of Impurity “And to the children of the concubines of Abraham, Abraham gave gifts and he sent them from upon

Isaac: Laughter and Metamorphosis

Nov 19, 2019Comments off

Who was Isaac? What role did laughter play in his life and in our lives? What is the secret of conversion and why is it

Manifesting Abraham

Nov 14, 2019Comments off

What were the angels getting at when they asked Abraham where Sarah was? Rabbi Ginsburgh explains how to perceive a couple’s soul root.

Abraham’s Eshel: Asking Questions Ab...

Nov 14, 2019Comments off

Excerpted and translated from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s Ma’ayan Ganim for the Torah portion of Vayeirah Abraham’s first (and main) life mission, which began with the Divine

How to Elevate Sparks in Three Steps

Nov 06, 2019Comments off

A Chassidic Perspective on the Torah portion of Lech Lecha Abraham’s Descent for the Sake of Ascent At the beginning of the Torah portion of

Noach: The Secret of the Covenant

Oct 30, 2019Comments off

Ma’ayan Ganim: A Chassidic Perspective for the Torah Portion of Noach   The First Covenant One of the fundamental concepts in the Torah is the

Bereishit: The World Needs a King

Oct 23, 2019Comments off

The Torah opens with the word “Bereishit” (In the beginning) but doesn’t tell us in the beginning of what. There are commentaries that write that

Secrets Behind Mankind’s Creation

Oct 22, 2019Comments off

“Let us create man in our image and our likeness.” Who was God addressing before creating man? The sages offer four different answers, the deepest