Inspired by the relationship between Chanukah and loving-kindness and between Purim and might, in this groundbreaking lecture, Harav Ginsburgh explains how all the holidays on Jewish
Our origin is in the Divine nothing. Our goal is to understand everything, as it says, “Those that seek God shall understand everything.” We come
Meditative prayer lifts us up and out of our mundane reality. The early chasidim would meditate an hour, pray an hour, then meditate an additional
Chanukah is a holiday of light and warmth. Its light heals the eyes to see miracles and its warmth heals the heart to love all.
Yehudit (in English, Judy) is the heroine of Chanukah. She beheaded Aloforni, the Greek commander-in-chief. Where do you get such a girl?! Heroine sounds like
Chanukah is the holiday of victory and thanksgiving. The few were victorious over the many and thanked the Almighty many many times over. The more
Chanukah is a holiday of courage and light. Torah is light. Our courage to live by the Torah no matter what reveals new light in