You Can’t Run Out of Love
Love is not a mathematical equation. You may need to temper love with boundaries and discipline, but it’s not as if you can run out of it — because it is unlimited.
The Value of a Stable Home
Join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for this short inspiring talk about the precious value of a stable home for the soul of a person.
How Not to Dwell on the Past
Join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for a short lesson on how to transcend a painful past.
Your Flaws Are Possibly Not Real
How many of your inadequacies are real? Or, are they really a lack of confidence?
What to Do When You Think Someone Hates You
Rabbi Simon Jacobson discusses the healthy, proactive approach to handling situations when someone seems to have negative feelings toward you. Learn how to respond in a way that is not demoralizing or humiliating — while maintaining your self-control and dignity. Free yourself from the toxins of resentment!
You Won’t Believe What Your Biggest Blessing Is
Most people do not know how much (and what) potential they have. You’ll see the blessing every time you release a new dimension of your potential.
The Antidote to Rage: Inner Security
The tragic massacre in Las Vegas last night leaves us all stunned, wondering what this world is coming to. It also brings up the question: how to address violent rage and preempt future such acts.
What Does It Mean to Be Holy?
“Holy” signifies being committed to the greater good — acting on behalf of others rather than self. Join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for a short discussion of what it means to be holy. Learn how you can create holiness in your own life.
Do You See the Good or the Bad?
What is your attitude when you look at yourself and others? Do you look at the beauty, or at the problems?
You Have No Right Not to Like Yourself
You might not feel like you like yourself, but it’s not up to you (or any other person) to decide whether or not you’re worth liking.
How to Turn Around a Negative Experience
Don’t ignore it. Don’t get get depressed by it. Instead, grow through it.
Always Look For The Things You Didn’t Plan For
Rabbi Simon Jacobson discusses the value of fortuitous events — big and small. Discover how to manifest opportunities by paying attention to the things you didn’t plan for.