Join Rabbi Jacobson for a NEW 4-Part Series
on the Chassidic Approach to Dealing with Loss and Failure
Monday, June 7 @ 8PM EDT
Part 1: The Psychological Approach
“The more they were oppressed, the greater they flourished and thrived…”
Why are loss and failure a necessary part of life? How do you get past the obstacles that come your way? And how do you redefine a seemingly negative situation?
Join Rabbi Jacobson as he presents case studies form biblical and historical events — from Mitzrayim to the sin of the Golden Calf, from the Middle Ages to the Holocaust — to address these pressing and existential questions. Learn how our past can provide a psychological model and formula on how to deal with our failures. Discover the secret to transcendence and how to transform your setbacks and challenges into vehicles of growth and your liabilities into assets.
Part 3: How to Not be Your Own Worst Enemy
This is so timely, so touching, so full of HaShem’s compassion. What a gift this was and I plan to share these encouraging words, thank you! And may blessings pursue you.
Thank you for sharing this hopeful message full of strenght and wisdom.
Thank you so much for these words of wisdom and may God bless you abundantly for your dedication to spreading the word on how to meet the challenges of life !