Rabbi Ginsburgh delves into the revolutionary, transformative aspects of Purim and discusses the Four Revolutions.
Print this article Excerpted and translated from a Purim farbrengen with Rabbi Ginsburgh, Purim 5772 (2012). The sages say that, “one is obligated to drink
We can see the year as a big Ferris wheel. We get on the wheel during the month of Nissan, the first month of the
Rabbi Hillel Halevi of Paritch (Parwich) was born in the town of Khmilnyk in 5555 (1795) to his father, Rabbi Meir, who was a Chernobyl
Turning darkness into light. Rabbi Ginsburgh takes us on a psychological progression like you’ve never heard before.
Inspired by the relationship between Chanukah and loving-kindness and between Purim and might, in this groundbreaking lecture, Harav Ginsburgh explains how all the holidays on Jewish
Our origin is in the Divine nothing. Our goal is to understand everything, as it says, “Those that seek God shall understand everything.” We come
Both Purim and Pesach commemorate the redemption of the Jewish People. Both begin with the letter pei (פ), which means “mouth.” Informing Miriam and Aaron