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Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg

Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg has been teaching at Michalah Jerusalem College for Women for over fifteen years. He has been on staff at Yeshivat Netiv Aryeh at the Kotel for over ten years and is currently a Magid Shiur for Shana Bet. He also taught at Darchei Binah seminary for several years. He received his Rabbinic Ordination from the Chief Rabbinate of Israel,as well as from Yeshivas Rabbeinu Yitzchak Elchonon. Rabbi Ginsburg spent six years after high school learning in Eretz Yisroel. During the Bein Hazmanim, he earned a degree from the University of Maryland. He then learned for five years under Rav Schachter at YU while at the same time receiving a Masters in Jewish Education. He taught for several years in Mesivta Yesodei Yeshurun and Shevach High School while continuing to learn at Yeshivas Ohr HaChaim. Rabbi Ginsburg and his wife Chana made Aliya in 1995. They are both gratefully involved teaching Torah and in raising their family in Ramat Beit Shemesh.

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In this Torah shiur (class) Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses Parshat Shekalim, Parshat Zachor, Parshat Parah, and Parshat Hachodesh, which are read in the weeks surrounding Purim, leading up to Rosh Chodesh Nissan. The Four ParshiyotDescriptionPurimRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2017-12-11 42:15

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the connection between Chanuka and the parshiot of Vayeishev and Mikeitz, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg explains five ways in which the themes of Chanuka and the story of Yosef being sent down to Egypt are intrinsically related.Chanuka, Vayeishev, and MikeitzDescriptionChanukaRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2014-12-08 51:27

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Sefer Ahavat Chesed of the Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg completes section 2 of the sefer, with a discussion of the order of priorities when paying workers. Priorities in Paying WagesDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-06-21 39:43

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Ahavat Chessed of the Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues teaching the first part of perek 9, which deals with paying workers on time. This class reveals whose everyone's best friend is.Your Best FriendDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-05-17 50:09

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Sefer Ahavat Chessed, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg presents the Chofetz Chaim's overview of the halachot of paying workers on time. The Chofetz Chaim applies halachot from other places to these halachot, showing that the Torah is one unit.Paying Workers on TimeDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-05-10 46:47

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Sefer Ahavat Chessed, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches chapter 8 of the first chelek on the sefer. This class also discusses the unity of Torah. Returning CollateralDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-05-02 50:56

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In this class on Sefer Ahavat Chessed of the Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues his discussion of the laws of lending, focusing specifically on the laws relating to taking a collateral from a poor man, to ensure that he will repay the loan. Taking CollateralDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-04-10 53:01

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Sefer Ahavat Chessed, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg describes the positive ripple effects of giving a loan. Priorities in Lending, Part 2DescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-04-03 45:47

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Sefer Ahavat Chessed, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg talks about revenge and bearing a grudge when it comes to lending money, and the guidelines for prioritizing who receives a loan. Priorities in LendingDescriptionJewish law, Ahavat Chesed, Jewish UnityRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-03-27 48:43

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In this memorial shiur l'iluy nishmas the Fogel family, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg helps to understand our relationship to Hashem through a study of the wording on the brachot, the building blocks of prayer. Approaching G-dDescriptionIn Memorial: Response to TragedyRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-03-16 38:38

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Ahavat Chessed, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues his elucidation of the laws of interest-free money lending, as described by the Chofetz Chaim Laws of Lending, Part 2DescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-03-09 48:48

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Ahavat Chessed of the Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins part I of the sefer, which discusses the laws of lending moneyThe Ultimate Chessed: Lending MoneyDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-03-01 43:19

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In the final introduction to Sefer Ahavat Chessed of the Chafetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg describes the many mitzvot in the Torah which pertain to chessed, kindness to others. The Mitzvot that Relate to ChessedDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-02-15 50:58

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Sefer Ahavat Chessed, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg describes the numerous places in the Chumash which mention chessed, kindness to others, and shows how Torah is based on the principle of Chessed. Chessed in the TorahDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-02-08 47:56

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Sefer Ahavat Chesed of the Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues explaining the introduction of the Sefer. This shiur focuses on the principle of chesed, kindliness, and its myriad applications. Far Reaching KindnessDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2011-02-01 48:53

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In this Torah class on Sefer Ahavat Chessed, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the opening chapter of the book. In this introduction, the Chofetz Chaim lists the unbelievable benefits and rewards for doing chessed.Benefits of ChessedDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-10-11 47:26

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In this Torah shiur, (class) on Sefer Ahavat Chessed, Rav Beinish Ginsburg discusses Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik's perspective on the Torah obligation to do chesed for others. Rav Soloveitchik's approach is that while society's mores for acceptable and positive behavior are always changing, the Torah's standards never change. Chessed: An Unchanging ObligationDescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-10-10 48:52

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In this Torah class on Sefer Ahavat Chesed, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg introduces the topic of doing chessed. He begins with a discussion of the haskama, the letter of approbation, which the Netziv wrote for Sefer Ahavat Chesed. In his haskama, the netziv writes about the two fold obligation to do chesed, as it is both the right thing to do, and its a mitzva. He explains that chesed is more than just 'being a kind person' according to the standards of general society, because Hashem has much higher standards of Chesed. Why Can't I Just be a Good Person?DescriptionAhavat ChesedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-09-05 48:50

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In this final Torah class on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg reviews the laws of permitted venting, even if it includes derogatory or negative speech, and concludes with a description of the life-altering impact of keeping the laws of Shemirat Halashon. Shemirat Halashon, A Way of LifeDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-08-23 50:12

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In This Torah class on the laws of permitted speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg clarifies the difference between permitted negative speech in order to protect someone from immediate danger as opposed to a general warning.Lashon Hara as a WarningDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-08-16 47:12

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech as codified by the Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg emphasizes the importance of tochacha, respectful rebuke, before one is permitted to report another's wrongdoing. Rebuke Before ReportDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-08-11 49:36

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg lists and explains the necessary conditions for relating lashon hara.The Seven Conditions of Lashon Hara L'ToeletDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-08-03 57:57

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches klal 9, which talks about avoiding the company of lashon hara speakers.Avoiding Lashon Hara SpeakersDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-07-28 47:54

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In this Torah class (shiur) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg relates the laws of indirect lashon hara, as described by the Chofetz Chaim. Rabbi Ginsburg raises various scenarios that are susceptible to the 'dust of lashon hara', and discusses how to avoid this pitfall. Avak Lashon HaraDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-07-12 54:20

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg reviews klal 8, and discusses the laws of lashon hara between spouses, how to train one's family to avoid lashon hara, and the importance of giving mussar softly.Lashon Hara in the FamilyDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-07-06 46:51

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches klal chet in Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which discusses lashon hara spoken about Rabbonim, and in contrast lashon hara about baalei machloket (people involved in disputes).Lashon Hara at the Shabbos TableDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-06-29 51:06

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In this Torah shiur (class) on shemirat halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the end of klal zayin and the beginning of klal chet in Sefer Chafetz Chaim. The class speaks about the laws of lashon hara as they relate to family members. Lashon Hara about Family MembersDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-06-02 46:40

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches Sefer Chofetz Chaim klal 7, paragraphs 3-6, which contain proof that one may not repeat rumors or other lashon hara, even if two or more people say it. He also discusses whether one may talk negatively or believe negative reports about reshaim. Believing Lashon Hara: Rumors and NewspapersDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-05-22 48:32

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of Shemiras Halashon (proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the end of klal 6 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which speaks about doing teshuva for accepting lashon hara. Rabbi Ginsburg continues with klal 7, discussing unique cases where one may not accept lashon hara.Teshuva for Accepting Lashon HaraDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-04-18 42:17

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of Shemiras Halashon (proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches klal 6 paragraphs 7-10 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which go into the details of whether it is permitted to believe negative speech. One may be cautious concerning certain negative reports, although one may not fully believe them.Permitted SuspicionDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-04-08 43:56

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Shemirat Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the laws pertaining to lashon hara when one feels the need to speak lashon hara in order to calm oneself down from an upsetting encounter, etc.VentingDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-02-15 49:41

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg reviews what one should do if they unintentionally hear lashon hara, and how to avoid hearing lashon hara. Hearing Lashon HaraDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-02-08 45:44

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In this Torah shiur on the laws and perspectives pertaining to one's speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins klal 6 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which talks about the prohibition to believe or hear any derogatory speech about others. Believing Lashon HaraDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-01-31 41:25

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws and mindsets relating to proper speech, Rabbi Ginsburg finishes the first half of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, completing a discussion of klal 5. Rabbi Ginsburg sums up the course with chizuk, encouragement, regarding developing a positive attitude towards other people, and trying to view others in a positive light. Ayin Tova: Being a Positive PersonDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2010-01-26 46:59

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the beginning of Klal 5 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim. The Chofetz Chaim discusses talking about someone's character traits and weaknesses, such as wisdom, strength, and wealth. Specifically, Rabbi Ginsburg focuses on the trap of criticizing Rabbonim as not intelligent or diplomatic enough, and talks about how we must be careful to only speak positively about our leaders. Bein Adam L'ChaveroDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-30 51:32

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches Sefer Chofetz Chaim klal daled paragraph 12. In this shiur, Rabbi Ginsburg talks of the lengths one must go to to do teshuva for the sin of lashon hara.Repenting for Lashon HaraDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-29 46:40

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses when one is allowed to warn children and students to stay away from the influence of someone with bad midot (character traits), in order to protect them from negative influences. Lashon Hara L'Toelet, Part 2: Protecting Students and ChildrenDescriptionJewish lawRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-28 51:54

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins a discussion of when one may speak lashon hara in order to warn others not to imitate bad behavior. If one sees another doing an aveira (transgressing a Torah law) on purpose multiple times, he may point it out to others in order to prevent them from copying this behavior. However, this may be done only if those hearing the lashon hara will not fully accept it, but rather view it as a cautionary warning. People who did not receive a Jewish education and therefore are unaware of Torah law may not be spoken about. Lashon Hara L'Toeles: Staying Away From Bad InfluencesDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-27 47:11

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches Sefer Chofetz Chaim klal daled, paragraphs 4-6. The Chofetz Chaim emphasizes that one is not allowed to tell others if he saw someone commit a transgression once, because the person may have done teshuva. Rather, he should approach the person and rebuke him himself. Rabbi Ginsburg discusses the proper way to give tochacha (rebuke), as constructive criticism, gently and respectfully. Correcting Others' WrongdoingsDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-26 49:13

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches Sefer Chofetz Chaim klal 4 paragraphs 1-3, which discuss speaking lashon hara about someone who transgresses Mitzvot bein Adam l'Makom, in matters between Man and G-d. Rabbi Ginsburg emphasizes the importance of noticing and focusing on positive behaviors when interacting with others. Being a Positive PersonDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-25 49:48

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg explains the punishment of tzara'at (Biblical leprosy), and its connection to the sin of lashon hara.Tzara'at and Lashon HaraDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-24 51:10

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In this shiur (Torah class) on proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg analyzes Purim plays, and whether mocking someone good-naturedly is permissible according to the laws of shemiras halashon.Purim ShpielsDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-23 51:12

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins klal 3 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, which defines the distinction between mitzvot lishma and mitzvot done for other reasons. Mitzvot LishmaDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-22 49:53

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Shemirat Halashin (the laws of proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues his explanation of klal bet of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, and applies it to common situations such as discussing a class, criticizing Rabbonim, and other scenarios.Discussing a DrashaDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-21 53:32

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the laws of proper speech as taught in Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches the second half of klal bet, which discusses lashon hara between colleagues, such as teachers talking about students at teachers meetings, etc. Lashon Hara Between ColleaguesDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-20 47:06

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Shemiras Halashon ( the laws of proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches klal 2 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, specifically focusing on the Rambam's position regarding lashon hara (derogatory speech) spoken in public. Lashon Hara Said in the Presence of Three PeopleDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-19 51:18

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In this torah shiur (class) on Shemirat Halashon (the laws of proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg finishes explaining klal 1 of Sefer Chofetz Chaim, with a discussion of the various forms of lashon hara - spoken, written, etc., and an explanation of their details. The Forms of Lashon HaraDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-18 50:17

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg completes his discussion of klal aleph. This class covers issues of lashon hara in the workplace, hinting at lashon hara, how to give someone tochacha (rebuke) for lashon hara, and when to ask a shaila (halachic question) regarding the laws of lashon hara.Lashon Hara in the WorkplaceDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-17 49:16

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins teaching the body of the sefer, beginning with klal aleph. This class defines lashon hara and rechilus, and discusses which is worse. Rabbi Ginsburg also discusses a situation where a Rebbi or parent requests that someone tell them lashon hara, and how to respectfully avoid speaking improperly even under such circumstances. Words that BuildDescriptionJewish law, Laws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-06-16 51:25

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg completes the introduction of the Chofetz Chaim to his work, and summarizes the main points to take out from this important chapter. Positivity: The Key to Proper SpeechDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-05-25 51:25

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In this shiur (Torah class) on the laws of shmirat halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues a description of the mitzvot affected by lashon hara. This class focuses on mitzvot 12 and 13 in the introduction to Sefer Chafetz Chaim, which relate to Torah Study and its relationship with lashon hara. Lashon Hara's Affect on Torah StudyDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-05-20 48:35

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Chofetz Chaim and Shmirat Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg speaks about the mitzvah to remember what happend to Miriam when she spoke lashon hara about her brother Moshe Rabbenu. He goes on to discuss the mitzvah to honor kohanim and to fear Hashem, both of which can be transgressed when one speaks lashon hara. The class includes a beautiful story about Rav Shach zatzal and Rav Yaakov Kaminetzky zatzal.Remembering MiriamDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-05-13 48:12

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and Shmirat Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg explains how respect for a shul (synagogue) and a talmid chacham (learned person) can help a person to avoid speaking lashon hara.Respecting HolinessDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-05-07 48:24

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg begins a discussion of the positive mitzvot that are related to Shmirat Halashon (guarding one's speech). The class discusses speaking lashon hara as a violation of the mitzva of V'ahavta L'rei'acha Kamocha, loving your fellow Jew. It also mentions that judging others favorably helps one to avoid speaking and believing lashon hara.Loving Your Fellow JewDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-04-26 49:46

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and Shmiras Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues his explanation of the list of transgressions included in the sin of lashon hara. This class discusses the severity of publicly embarrassing someone, hurting a widow or orphan, and the dangers of falsely flattery. The Dangers of FlatteryDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-04-21 48:04

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and SHmirat Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg talks about the imortance of making the right friends in order to maintain proper speaking habits. When one has friends who are a good influence on him, the struggle against speaking lashon hara is greatly diminished. Make Good FriendsDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-04-19 47:51

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and Shmirat Halashon, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches more of the Torah prohibitions listed in the introduction to Sefer Chofetz Chaim. One who speaks lashon hara is guilty of creating a chillul Hashem (desecration of G-d's Name). The sin of lashon hara is is intricately connected with the sins of taking revenge and bearing a grudge, as well as the sin of hating a fellow Jew. The Chillul Hashem of Lashon HaraDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-03-26 49:39

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim and the laws of proper speech, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg teaches three of the many transgressions one commits when speaking lashon hara. Specifically, he focuses on the danger of causing others to sin, known as 'lifnei iver', and the pleasure derived from speaking lashon hara.Causing SinDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-03-23 31:14

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim on Shmirat Halashon (the laws of proper speech), Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg introduces the Chofetz Chaim's list of aveirot (transgressions) which are incurred when one is involved in lashon hara.Lashon Hara: 'Mother' of AveirotDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-02-24 45:25

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues teaching the introduction to the Sefer. In this class, Rabbi Ginsburg describes the potential to sin thousands of times in these areas, because of ignorance of the laws regarding proper speech. Ignorance Causes Improper SpeechDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-02-16 49:03

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In this shiur (Torah class) on Sefer Chafetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg explains the Chafetz Chaim's proof that lashin hara was the root cause of the destruction of both the first and the second Beit Hamikdash. Lashon Hara: The Root of DestructionDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-02-10 51:12

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chafetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg reveals Rav Yisrael Salanter's axiom for preventing sin, and relates it to the study of Sefer Chafetz Chaim. Axiom for Avoiding AveirotDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-02-02 51:16

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabi Beinish Ginsburg continues his introduction to the study of the Laws of Lashon Hara. Framing things positively will affect a person's life experiences, and literally change his life. Your Words Create YouDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-01-25 48:38

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefer Chofetz Chaim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg introduces the topic of proper speech, and its importance for building oneself as a true eved Hashem (servant of Hashem). The Power of WordsDescriptionLaws of SpeechRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2009-01-19 48:52

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Pesach, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg learns lessons in chinuch and avodat Hashem from the questions and answers of the four sons of the Hagaddah. The class emphasizes the need to ask sincere questions throughout our lives. Lessons from the Four SonsDescriptionPesachRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-11-19 49:14

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In this Torah shiur on the holiday of Pesach, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses the dual symbolism of Matzah, and the themes of Galut and Geula at the Seder night. The Dual Symbolism of MatzahDescriptionPesachRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-09-17 47:49

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Sefirat HaOmer, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses some of the ideas of Sefirat HaOmer, and in particular Rabbi Akiva's students.Derech Eretz Kadma l'TorahDescriptionSefirahRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-09-15 46:37

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In this Torah shiur (class) Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses Esther's role in the megillah, and the seeming switch in her persona. Purim: Esther's RoleDescriptionPurimRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-09-15 42:30

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Shavuot, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg speaks about the striking facts that the Torah does not give a date for Shavuot, and that there is a disagreement over the actual date of matan Torah.Every Day is Matan TorahDescriptionSefirahRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-09-12 48:10

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Purim, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg takes us a journey through the megilla, showing the myriad miracles buried in the seemingly mundane parts of the story of Purim. Hidden Miracles in the MegillaDescriptionPurimRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-09-08 50:55

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Pesach, Rabbi Beinsh Ginsburg explains the connections between the statements of the Sages of the Mishna, which make up much of the narrative of the Haggadah, and the written Torah. The Seder night is an opportunity to strengthen our emunah, belief, in the truth of the words of Chazal, our Sages. This is part of the mesorah, the spiritual heritage, which we pass along at the Seder. The Seder: Exploring the Greatness of Our SagesDescriptionPesachRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-09-05 46:42

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In this Torah shiur (class) in honor of Shavuot, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses three possible ways to understand the words 'Naaseh V'Nishma', the declaration made by the Jewish People as they accepted the Torah. Rabbi Ginsburg explains how these words can help each individual prepare for their personal Kabbalat HaTorah on Shavuot. Shavuot: Naaseh V'NishmaDescriptionSefirahRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-09-02 49:55

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Rosh Hashana, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses the aspects of simcha (joy), and din (judgment) that are intrinsic to the day. Rabbi Ginsburg also explains why Rosh Hashana an important predecessor to Aseret Yemai Teshuva and Yom Kippur.Rosh Hashana: Dual Aspects of the DayDescriptionElul, Rosh Hashana, Yom KippurRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-09-01 48:00

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In this Torah shiur (class) on shalom bayit, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg shares his secrets for building a happy and harmonious relationship with one's spouse, based on the sichot mussar and other Torah sources.Building Harmony in the HomeDescriptionDating, MarriageRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-25 48:20

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In this Torah class (shiur) on Shalom Bayit, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg talks about each woman's role in creating marital harmony. Secrets of Shalom Bayit for WomenDescriptionMarriage, Shalom BayitRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-24 45:04

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In this class on Sefirat Haomer, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses the dichotomy of sefirat haomer; on one hand, it is a time of joyous anticipation before Matan Torah, and on the other hand, it is a time of mourning for the deaths of the students of Rabbi Akiva. The class explains how it all fits together. Sefirat Haomer: Joy and MourningDescriptionSefirahRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-23 54:59

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In this Torah class on Shalom Bayit, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg shares secrets of building successful marriages. This class is geared specifically to men. Shalom Bayit Tips for MenDescriptionMarriage, Shalom BayitRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-23 50:52

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the three weeks, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses a few different ideas relating to the time between the seventeenth of Tamuz, and the ninth of Av. Growing in Ruchniyus During the Three WeeksDescriptionThe Three Weeks, Tisha B'avRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-18 54:05

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Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg outlines four reasons that we celebrate the holiday of Succot in the month of Tishrei, and explains how they relate to the Simcha (joy) of the holiday.The Joy of SuccotDescriptionSukkotRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-17 56:48

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the month of Elul, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg connects the message of the blowing of the shofar, which is done every day of the month, to the essence of the month of Elul.Elul: The Shofar's Wake Up CallDescriptionElul, Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, FeaturedRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-15 50:56

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In this Pesach shiur, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg continues to point out various hints and connections to Matan Torah found in the Haggadah. The Seder and Matan Torah, Part 2DescriptionSefirahRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-14 50:03

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In this Torah shiur (class) on the Three Weeks, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg explains what the true mourning for Jerusalem should be, a yearning for the deep spirituality that was once intrinsic to the city, and is no longer there. True mourning for Jerusalem will help us merit its rebuilding. Mourning Over the Real JerusalemDescriptionThe Three Weeks, Tisha B'avRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-14 48:10

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In this Torah shiur (class) on Pesach, Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg discusses the connection between the Pesach seder and Matan Torah. The Pesach Seder and Matan TorahDescriptionSefirahRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-13 41:33

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Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg shares his secrets for building a happy and harmonious relationship with one's spouse, based on the sichot mussar and other Torah sources.Building Harmony in the HomeDescriptionShalom BayitRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-13 48:20

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Rabbi Beinish Ginsburg presents the secrets of non-verbal communication.Non-Verbal CommunicationDescriptionLessons in CharacterRabbi Beinish Ginsburg2006-08-13 16:35

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