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Moses’ father-in-law, Jethro, is a spiritual guru and high priest of Midian. When he hears of the miraculous formation of the Jewish nation, he comes to join. Jethro, is a master administrator; he helps Moses formulate a structure of governance and leadership. The people camp at Mount Sinai, preparing and purifying themselves for the most profound experience in the history (and future) of the world. Amidst thunder, smoke and lightning, the Divine is articulated in ten iterations and the world is forever changed.
Please join Rabbi Jacobson as he dissects the anatomy of procrastination, and gets to its core soul and root causes.
At Mt. Sinai, the physical and spiritual worlds merged. The NYC skyline shows a man-made version of this, yet reminds us of the fragility of man’s work.
Discover the gripping story of a Sheik who changed history. A man whose worldly experience and diverse proficiency in all wisdoms was a prerequisite for the greatest event of all time — the revelation at Sinai.
If a single motion from a righteous hand can change a life, how much more so his memory can change the world.
Ironically, limitations are what allows something to extend its potential.
At the giving of the Torah, the physical and spiritual worlds melted together allowing objects to become holy and man to refine his soul through mitzvot.
The science of geometry resembles the Torah as an exact and applied science, and serves as a model that shows the difference between Torah and human wisdom.
Moses went to the women and then the men to prepare the people for the giving of the Torah, showing a difference in their roles within its framework.
Upon hearing details of something, the mind pieces together a perception of the subject. Yet, upon seeing something, the mind takes in its totality.