From the beginning of the month of Elul until the end of the festival of Sukkot, we add Psalms chapter 27 to two of our
Rabbi Ginsburgh explains the inner dimension of lower and higher return to God and how it connects to Mashiach.
Translated from Rabbi Ginsburgh’s trilogy of stories of the Ba’al Shem Tov, Vol. II p. 124 The Ba’al Shem Tov said: Even if the bowl
One of the suggestions for helping people overcome repeated behavioral lapses is to fine themselves. To break an addiction, it is often recommended that the
Rabbi Ginsburgh on the Lubavitcher Rebbe's directive to "do all in your ability to bring the Mashiach" and allocating and taking responsibility.
Q: I do not see myself standing on street corners giving out Shabbat candles or the like. What can I do to help bring the
Q: So much time has passed, the prophecies have been fulfilled, so many things, yet where is Mashiach? A: It is written in Chavakuk 2:3
The Talmud (in the Ein Yaakov reading) relates: Rabbi Yehoshua ben Levi asked Elijah, “When will Mashiach come?” Elijah responded, “When He [God], our Master
Q: Some people told me that it is not good to do mitzvot for the sake of hastening the redemption, but rather to do them
The book of formation draws the intriguing analogy that, “the heart to the soul is like a king to battle.” Life in our world is