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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 Ki Tavo 5771 ● Blessing ● Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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For more teachings from Harav Yitzchak Ginsburgh visit: God's blessing can be drawn down only into something that is concealed from the eye. The source of this teaching of the sages is found In this week's Torah rea...

Parashat Ki Teitzei 5771 ● Curing doubt ● Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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For more of Rabbi Ginsburgh's teachings, visit Amalek is not only an external enemy. Fighting against the Jewish people, soon after their freedom from slavery in Egypt, Amalek's goal was to instill doubt in our mind...

Parashat Korach 5771 ● Seeing and hearing our life-force ● Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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For more teachings from Harav Ginsburgh visit: Following Korach's dispute against the role of Aaron as High Priest, God reendorses Aaron and his son's roles as priests and the role of the Levites in serving God. Fro...

Parashat Lech Lecha 5772 ● Converson: The Torah of Mashiach ● Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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For transcript and more teachings visit our site: The sages state that creation is divided into 3 eras of 2000 years each: an era of chaos, an era of Torah, and an era of Mashiach. In parashat Lech Lecha we read abo...

Parashat Mishpatim 5772 ● Thieves and doctors ● Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh

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Doctors might do well to learn a few pointers from thieves. That is the premise behind this surprising and fascinating exposition on how even negative occupations contain holy sparks that need to be redeemed.

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, ...

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