Love & Marriage
True love and marriage is the process of two halves of one soul reuniting again for all eternity. This is why everyone is looking for it.Explore
I want him to be handsome. I want her to be pretty. I am looking for wit. I am looking for kindness. Should I perform a credit check? My wedding will be on the beach. My marriage is so boring… When it comes to the body of love and marriage, we know exactly what we want. But what about the soul of love and marriage, do I know what I want? What type of spiritual connection am I looking for? How do I put the soul into “soul-mate”? What is the inner meaning of marriage? And what happens once I am married? Is love only at first sight or does it continue? What happens when I have the marital without the bliss?
Transcendence is the secret to lasting love. If the word “transcendence” is as mysterious as the secret itself, watch this short and insightful video.
A viewer asks Rabbi Jacobson a painful question: “My husband and I are no longer intimate. I don’t think he’s even attracted to me. He seems to like his iPhone more than he likes me. Should I consider divorce?”
A viewer asked: “I am a man who often gets called gay. I have never had a gay relationship. I actually do like women, and hope to meet the right woman one day. It gets hard to always be perceived as gay. Women don’t even consider me as a potential date. How can I meet the right woman under these circumstances?”
The wife in an unstable marriage is suffering from panic outbursts and panic attacks.
Can this marriage be saved?
A frank dialogue that offers a refreshing perspective on the deep value of human beauty.
Whether you are in need of love or are filled with love, learn how Elul opens for us up the wellsprings of love which run endlessly deep.
Learn how the Hebrew month of Elul teaches us how to start anew and open up a new chapter of love in our lives.
Rabbi Simon Jacobson advises a “nice guy” on how to get out of the friend zone.
A viewer asked: “I am a man who often gets called gay. I have never had a gay relationship. I actually do like women, and hope to meet the right woman one day. It gets hard to always be perceived as gay. Women don’t even consider me as a potential date. How can I meet the right woman under these circumstances?”Read More
G-d and daily life simply doesn’t get along. Is there a simpler way to define the grand Tzimtzum? Is there a more tangible expression of the Tzimtzum?Read More