August 17th, 2015• 0 Comments
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Rabbi Simon Jacobson tells a very funny Chassidic story with a clear lesson about objectivity and subjectivity.
Elul, the last month of the year, resembles the “holy” portions of the calendar. Yet, as a month in which we work it seemingly presents a paradox…
It is not enough to merely have faith. Sukkot is the time when we take the faith we’ve sown and incorporate it into our practical daily lives.