2020: A Vision for Tomorrow

As the curtain comes down on the second decade of the third millenium (2019), and we prepare to enter its third decade with the year 2020, many of us are wondering what the future holds.

We are currently experiencing plenty of changes. Polarization and upheaval is in the air. The road ahead will certainly offer us many opportunities while also presenting many challenges. But we are often trapped by nearsightedness, in which we only see the here and now and cannot see beyond our noses.

What will the next decade bring? How will our future look? Are we entering a new world order? Can we identify signs and patterns that help us forecast the world of tomorrow? What methods can we employ to help us navigate the terrain of the coming years.

Please join Rabbi Jacobson in this 2020 workshop as he takes a birds’ eye view on our unfolding lives and evolving world. By looking at the big picture with a panoramic lens we can discover a broader perspective of our lives and destinies. We can learn to recognize the inner narrative and choreography of today’s events, which in turn informs the details of our small picture, and allows us to make better decisions and plans.

What better way to enter 2020 with a lens that helps us see things with 20/20 vision?

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4 years ago

Dear rabbi you are a true inspiration. I’ve been following your classes since 4 years now and I bought your book Toward a meaningful life. Your classes gave me a sense of self worth and self respect. Because of you i was able to turn my life around. effort, discipline and endurance. I was in the dark and I thought it was light. Every word that you speak touches my soul. I feel that through your teaching Hashem built an invisible fence protecting me. without even realizing it, I got spiritually cleansed and I have now an automatic almost physical repulsion to certain people who didn’t bother me before. The journey is continuing. It is a transition like you said.
I give to the meaningful life a monthly donation and more when I can.
Can I ask you to say a prayer for my two daughters Esther Roig and Hava Roig ?
I discovered I was Jewish at 36 years old when my maternal grand mother passed away and the rabbi in his eulogy said that we were a Jewish family. (a later found that he is your cousin Asher Jacobson). Like I said the whole thing was a true journey. But i never gave up…
I wish you a bless year
Happy chanukah !

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