“Man plans and God laughs.” An important life-lesson on honoring parents that we learn from Joseph.
Excerpted from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s new book, “The Inner Dimension,” to be published soon. How to exchange bitter for sweet and how selflessness hastens the
The Shlah (Shnei luchot habrit, authored by Rabbi Yeshayahu ben Avraham Horowitz, 1555-1630) on the Torah portion of Vayeishev says that there is a connection
Leaving the land of Israel A Chassidic insight on the Torah portions of Vayeitzei and Vayishlach The Lubavitcher Rebbe spoke many times of the
Rachel and Leah represent two different perspectives. Jacob needed both to build his home. Excerpted from the soon-to-be-published book by Rabbi Ginsburgh, “The Inner Dimension.”
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
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 “And to the children of the concubines of Abraham, Abraham gave gifts and he sent them from upon
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
What were the angels getting at when they asked Abraham where Sarah was? Rabbi Ginsburgh explains how to perceive a couple’s soul root.