Harav Ginsburgh explains how the will to bring a personal offering draws the Divine Presence down on our heads, even during the time of exile.
Rebbe Elimelech of Lizhensk, author of the “Noam Elimelech,” was the brother of Rebbe Zusha of Anipoli. Rebbe Elimelech was born to his father, Eliezer
Many people have been asking Rabbi Ginsburgh what to do regarding the coronavirus pandemic. The following is the Rabbi’s response: During these days, everyone must
Corona: Chassidic Health Guidelines A Serious Purim Meditation Translated and Excerpted from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s Purim 5780 Discourse in Tel Aviv Health Ministry Recommendation: Repentance
Q: With the coronavirus going around, I was wondering about the spiritual side of respiratory problems and how to rectify them. A: The Hebrew word
Rabbi Ginsburgh describes the meaning of the verse about the creation of woman in the context of how Judaism views gender equality.
Rebbe Baruch of Garelitz was the fifth son of Rebbe Chaim of Sanz, the ‘Divrei Chaim.’ He was born in 5589 (1829) to his father,
Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneerson was born on the 25th of Adar 5661 (1901) to her parents, the sixth Lubavitcher Rebbe, the Rebbe Rayatz and her