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Video blog 3 ● Week of Parashat Tetzaveh – Zachor 5772 ● Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Three segments of our weekly video blog (segments 1-3). Includes: 1) Avodat Hashem - Serving God: "For the sake of Heaven" and "Know Him in all your ways." This segment deals with the difference between having a reli...

Parashat Terumah 5772 ● 2449 ● Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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The Tabernacle was constructed in the year 2449, from creation. What is the special significance of this number in number theory and how does it relate to the Tabernacle and its inner purpose?

Parashat Tetzaveh 5771 ● The nothingness, light, and name of our souls ● Harav Ginsburgh

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Our mission in life is defined by a three-level descent of our soul, from nothingness (before God), to simple undifferntiated light, to the name that we are given when born into this world [see more in our other vide...

Parashat Re’eh 5771 ● Shifting our Divine consciousness in the Land of Israel ● Rabbi Ginsburgh

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How does the commandment in our parashah to eradicate idolatry allude to the change in consciousness needed in our Divine service? What is the difference between the service of a beinoni (intermediate) and a tzadik, ...

Parashat Tetzaveh 5771 ● Changes in life’s mission and purpose ● Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Moshe Rabbeinu's name is not mentioned in parashat Tetzaveh. The reason for this, as explained in the inner writings of the Torah is that he ascended into the very essence of his name, which precedes the name given t...

Parashat Acharei-Kedoshim 5772 ● White garments and Azazel ● Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Parashat Acharei Mot describes the Temple service on the holiest day of the year, Yom Kippur. From various sources it is clear that both the white garments of the higher priest, particularly his pants and the goat se...

Parashat Vayeishev 5772 ● Tamar’s wisdom ● Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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The sages learn that if faced with a situation in which one might come to embarrass another person in public, it is better to throw oneself into a fiery furnace. What exactly do the sages mean when they say this? Is ...

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