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Why did Mordechai smile? ● Purim 5770 Farbrengen ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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A short excerpt from the Rav's Purim farbrengen of 5770.

Parshat Yitro 5771 ● From introversion to extroversion ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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-- closed captioned -- Moshe Rabbeinu began as an introvert, carrying a speech handicap, he was changed by the giving of the Torah at Mt. Sinai, the climax of parshat Yitro. With this transformation, his goodness (se...

Parshat Vayikra 5771 ● The sin offering ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Our website: Rabbi Ginsburgh's blog: When a person sins inadvertantly, he is required to bring a sin offering (korban chatat) to atone for his sin. In parshat Vaykra we learn that the laws of the sin offering are d...

Parshat Vayakhel 5771 ● The desire to teach ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Betzalel, the artisan who was named to design and construct the desert Tabernacle is described by Moshe Rabbeinu as someone who has the desire to teach. Being a good teacher is not only a talent, it requires the desi...

Parshat Tzav 5771 ● Commandment, Action, and Life ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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The name of this week's Torah portion, Tzav, means "Command!" Actions that are the result of God's commandments have the most impact on reality and the marriage between commandment and action leads to the most consum...

Parshat Terumah 5771 ● Experiencing miracles ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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-- captioned -- In the desert Tabernacle (and later, in the Temple in Jerusalem) three levels of miracle occurred daily, representing the unification between the supernatural and the supernatural. The same unificatio...

Parshat Tazria 5771 ● The spiritual power of circumcision ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Parshat Tazria begins with the laws of circumcision one of which is that when performed on time, on the eighth day, circumcision supersedes even the prohibitions of Shabbat. Circumcision is on par with saving a life ...

Parshat Pekudei 5771 ● Standing on the verge of a new world ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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We are all world-builders. We expect that once we have finished a project, once we have reached the finish line we will immediately be able to enjoy the fruits of our labor. But, this week's parshah demonstrates that...

Parshat Naso 5771 ● Teshuvah, confession, and community ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Teshuvah -- returning to God -- gives us a chance to fix everything we have done wrong. But, the wording chosen by the Torah to describe the mitzvah of teshuvah is surprising, it focuses on confession. Why is confess...

Parshat Mishpatim 5771 ● 7 principles for physicians and caregivers ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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--closed captioned-- Parshat Mishpatim includes the injunction that physicians have permission and by it an obligation to heal patients. The special wording of the injunction, "Heal, he shall heal" (ורפא ירפא) is int...

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