What most young people are searching for is a meaningful cause.They are overflowing with a mixture of adrenaline and confidence — “I want to change the way the world works,” teenagers often think. “I can change the world.” Adults, burdened with the pressures of everyday life, convince themselves that the world just is the way it is, but young people cannot tolerate such resignation. This is the constant conflict between the two groups: young people abhor the status quo, while adults’ lives revolve around it.
Rabbi Simon Jacobson in Conversation with Dr. Yocheved Debow: Ancient Wisdom for Modern times. Educating Ourselves and Our Children about Healthy Sexuality and Intimacy in this Challenging World.Read More
Learn how the purity of youth – unadulterated by the cynicism of material life – has the power to change worlds. We’ll call it the youth revolution.Read More