The Song of the Angels Here on Earth

Aug 26, 2020Comments off

“Many are the sorrows of the evil person, and he who trusts in God – lovingkindness surrounds him” (Psalms 32:10).   This verse, one of

Q&A: Psalms to Say for Others

Jan 15, 2020Comments off

Q: Are there certain chapters of Psalms to say when praying for someone? A: First of all, it is good to say the chapter of

Why Pray?

Jan 09, 2020Comments off

What is the job of the believer? He can be a teacher, a cyber expert or a farmer. He can be almost anything. But the

The Seven Chambers of Prayer in the World o...

Sep 06, 2019Comments off

Translated excerpts from a class given by Rabbi Ginsburgh on the 5th of Av, in honor of the Holy Arizal’s day of passing. The Morning

Images and Shadows: Why Foreign Thoughts Ar...

May 16, 2019Comments off

By Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh Our service of God requires that that we incorporate and express God’s Divine light in the vessels of reality (“a dwelling

Names behind the redemption

Jan 05, 2018Comments off

One of the interesting things about Parashat Shemot, which literally means, “Names,” is that aside from the initial listing of all the names of Jacob

Counting the Omer – the web site

May 22, 2016Comments off

The gift of prayer

Aug 01, 20122 Comments

The Holy Land– the greatest gift of all The opening verse of this week’s Torah portion begins Moses’ account of how he prayed to enter

Freedom of Speech

Apr 14, 20111 Comment

In Hebrew, the word for Passover, Pesach (פסח), reads Peh Sach (פה סח), "a talking mouth." Pesach celebrates freedom, first and foremost – freedom of

Miscellaneous Tweets, Part 2

Feb 24, 2011No Comments

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