Pesach

New World Order on Seder Night

Apr 13, 2022Comments off

When performing the mitzvah of, “You shall tell your son on that day”—the mitzvah that prompts us to sit together on the Seder night and

Liberation of the “I” on the Seder Nigh...

Apr 03, 2022Comments off

Despite all the time and effort we spend preparing delicacies for the Seder table, the Seder’s main focus is the matzah and the wine. These

Three Stories for an Abundant Pesach

Apr 03, 2022Comments off

It is a beloved Chasidic tradition to tell these three stories prior to the Pesach holiday. Some Chasidic rebbes retold them almost a month before

Continuing the Joy From Purim to Pesach wit...

Mar 20, 2022Comments off

Purim is over, but we keep increasing our joy.

Pesach Seder: Making Order

Mar 24, 2021Comments off

In Rabbi Nachman of Breslev’s story, “The Son of the King and the Son of the Maidservant who were Interchanged,” the son of the king

The Seder Night and the 70 Nations of the W...

Mar 24, 2021Comments off

Rabbi Ginsburgh in English, 8 Nissan 5781/March 21, '21

Q&A: Questions and Redemption

Mar 24, 2021Comments off

Q: Why do we open the Seder night with questions? A: The most severe and oppressive exile of the soul is when a person is

Ahashverosh, Pharaoh and Revolutions

Mar 03, 2021Comments off

Rabbi Ginsburgh delves into the revolutionary, transformative aspects of Purim and discusses the Four Revolutions.

Pesach: The Joy of Liberty

Apr 02, 2020Comments off

The Torah does not explicitly command us to be happy on Pesach (beyond the general commandment to rejoice on our holidays). Nonetheless, Pesach is the

Whatever You Want

Apr 02, 2020Comments off

The Tikun of the Seventh Night of Pesach Just as we stay awake on the night of Shavuot and the night of Hoshanah Rabbah, so

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