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An Unknown Word that Carries the Secret to Everything

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Most if not all of the greatest powers in life remain hidden from the naked eye. DNA. Sub-atomic particles. Nuclear energy. Why are the most potent forces in existence invisible? There is one unknown word — a single word that literally means nothing — which is the soul of everything. Indeed, there is one tiny letter which embodies this word, and in its bridging the mortal and the immortal, the temporal and the eternal, the finite and the infinite, the conscious and the unconscious, the visible and the invisible — existence and beyond existence.

Please join Rabbi Jacobson in this global Yud Shvat workshop and discover the word and the letter that contains the secret to all success, growth, relationships, intimacy and… eternity itself. The nothing that is greater than all somethings.

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Harry Pearle
4 years ago

Thank you, Rabbi Jacobson for speaking about humility. And I am wondering about the YUD. It reminds me of the (?) QUESTION MARK. Perhaps one way to become more humble is to ASK more questions, all the time, as you do in your talks.

There is a book by Warren Berger called, ‘A More Beautiful Question’. Can we ask better questions? Can ask for things, rather than demand them? Can we ask for criticism? Can we ask Hashem for more wisdom?

I have a habit of noticing vanity auto license plates, in Rochester, NY, where I live. One license said, ‘TKKNOLAM’. But the shortest license I can remember was ‘ASK’.

THANKS SO MUCH Harry in Rochester, NY

THANKS SO MUCH Harry in Rochester NY