In this final lecture o the series on Truth, Rabbi Ginsburgh takes us on a mathematical journey that shows how truth, emet, is always the
Turning darkness into light. Rabbi Ginsburgh takes us on a psychological progression like you’ve never heard before.
Parashat Pekudei deals with constructing the Mishkan (the Tabernacle). It begins by enumerating the weights of the precious metals that the Jewish people donated. By
The Tabernacle connects between two levels: “For Me” and “For My Name.” These allude to two paths to serving God For My Name In the
The Zohar on Parashat Bo offers a mysterious and most profound explanation why God told Moses “Come to Pharaoh” instead of “Go to Pharaoh.” In
Mishpatim: Sunday: The Hebrew Slave Not everyone connects to gematria, the study of the numerical value of Hebrew words. While gematria is one of the
Shemot: Sunday: In the Merit of Women “And these are the names (Shmot) of the sons of Israel coming to Egypt”. Jacob and his sons
B’shalach: Sunday: Back to Egypt “And G-d did not guide them by way of the land of the Plishtim for it was close, for G-d