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.
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?
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
Our home and family are our nest, the center of our life, the hub from which all our daily experiences extend. How can I assure that I’m creating a home, a nest, that provides emotional and spiritual support for my family? How can I turn my home into a source of energy, hope and love?Read More
Two people may love and care for each other but what bonds temporal human beings eternally? What is necessary for two strangers with different personalities and backgrounds, who differ biologically, emotionally, and psychologically, to have an everlasting union?Read More
What are the components that lead to a balanced recovery from Sex and Love addiction, or any other addictive disorder? Addiction does not occur in a vacuum, and our panelists will explore how recovery can fill the various voids created by acting out on sex and love addiction.Read More
Here are four primary types of compatibility, and all of them are necessary for healthy love. However, the first three are subject to change, while the fourth type of compatibility is the one that truly cements relationships for the long haul — it is the eternal element that keeps couples together when their looks and interests change.Read More