Why is sexuality so powerful? Intimacy is a celebration of vulnerability; it touches the softest part in each person, the most private and fragile part of a human being.Explore
Most of us desire true intimacy, but we are afraid to experience true vulnerability, to lose control. But this makes it difficult to ever experience true intimacy, for being comfortable with your vulnerability is the ultimate intimacy. The question is: How can we really let go? We can be distracted and misled by the physical aspects of intimacy, pursuing it only to satisfy our selfish needs. Or we can understand sexuality and intimacy as the truly meaningful forces that they are.
Of all abuses’ devastating effects the most damaging of all is the violation of human dignity. Causing deep shame, abuse demoralizes the human spirit and strips a person of his G-d-given birthright – the sense of self-value and self-esteem.
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?”
Keeping teenage guys and girls apart is a wise approach to their future.
A frank dialogue that offers a refreshing perspective on the deep value of human beauty.
“Why are some people created with a gender that they feel is wrong for them?” Rabbi Jacobson addresses gender issues, which are spiritually complex and mysterious. He looks at gender from the perspective of the Jewish mystics.
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.
The theme, in this week’s Torah portion, the destruction of the wicked cities, Sodom and Gomorrah, a deceptively complex story…
Did you hear about Israel’s latest plan to polish its image for the American public? Girls. Yes, you heard that right….
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