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MLC in the News

Media Coverage and Press Releases About Rabbi
Simon Jacobson and The Meaningful Life Center

Shabbat Shalom from Rabbi Goldstein

Shabbat Shalom, Tonight, hundreds of thousands of people are attending shul internationally to pack their shuls wall to… Read more >

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School Addresses Mental Health

In a new effort to acknowledge mental health issues affecting our community, Bais Rivkah Girls High School hosted their first mental health day.

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The Secret to Chabad’s Success

How is it possible that Chabad is not just surviving, but thriving so many years after the Lubavitcher Rebbe passed away?”

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Rabbi Gives 15 Talks in Argentina

Author and lecturer Rabbi Simon Jacobson spent 6 days in Argentina and delivered 15 talks in Rosario, Buenos Aires, and Cordoba.

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Brooklyn Jewish Hall of Fame honors Rabbi Simon Jacobson

This article was Brooklyn Daily Eagle Some were blessed to be born and raised in Brooklyn. Others, in… Read more >

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Sydney Challenges The Black Dog

Rabbi Jacobson’s book, Toward a Meaningful Life, was featured in Sydney, Australia in an evening dedicated to spreading awareness about mental health.

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What These Jews Will Be Sneak-Reading High Holiday Service

The High Holidays, and Rabbi Simon Jacobson’s “60 Days: A Spiritual Guide to the High Holidays.”

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“Soul Workout” Sent By WhatsApp

A new service from the Rabbi Simon Jacobson’s Meaningful Life Center transforms WhatsApp into a tool for spiritual and personal growth.

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Jewish seniors learn that ‘love can happen at any age’

Harriet Vogel with her book, “Sad Is Not Bad: It’s How We Grieve After We’ve Loved.” Vogel met her current love online at age 73—after grieving sufficiently to be open to someone new following the death of her husband. Credit: Courtesy of Harriet Vogel.

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Riverdale Community Will Pull ‘All-Nighter’ and Study Torah Until Dawn

Chabad of Riverdale will be hosting engaging programs and activities for the whole family on Shavuot, Wednesday, May 31, and Thursday, June 1.

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