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Thanksgiving and Masks of Purim

Feb 10, 2021Comments off

The following is excerpted from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s new book, “Joyous All Year Round.” You can order this book here.  On the three pilgrimage festivals (Pesach,

A Tzaddik is Born

Feb 04, 2021Comments off

In his Sefer Hamidot, Rebbe Nachman of Breslov writes: “When you suddenly feel that joy has entered your heart, it is because a tzaddik (righteous person) has been

Restoring the Lost Crown and the Joy of the...

Jan 22, 2021Comments off

“And the ransomed of God shall return and come singing to Zion and everlasting joy shall be upon their heads; they shall obtain gladness and

Infectious Joy

Mar 27, 2020Comments off

The last words that we merited to hear from the Lubavitcher Rebbe were “with an abundance of song and chorus.” Even when the Rebbe himself

Why are Chassidim always so happy?

Jul 19, 20131 Comment

In the past, the Jewish people had the privilege of hosting God’s Presence in the Temple in Jerusalem. Unfortunately, we lost that privilege and twice

9th of Av: the Seer of Lublin’s Yahrz...

Aug 09, 20111 Comment

The Seer of Lublin passed away, at the age of 70, on the 9th of Av 5575 (1815), a day of national mourning, but also,

Might and Joy

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

“Might and joy are in His place.” To be together with God, in His place, one must experience might and joy simultaneously. Might, 77, and

The Four Ingredients of Universal Religion

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

For true peace on earth there must be one religion for all mankind. That religion is Judaism: 613 commandments for Jews and 7 for non-Jews.

Dancing Lesson #1: Somersaults

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

Consummate joy extends to the feet which jump up in dance. Hold on to and be held by the Torah. The head can’t go anywhere

Sukot and the Four Stages of Joy

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

Sukot is “the time of our joy” – our joy in God and God’s joy in us. God loves all of His creation but He

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