A viewer asks Rabbi Jacobson a painful question: “My husband and I are no longer intimate. I don’t think he’s even attracted to me. He seems to like his iPhone more than he likes me. Should I consider divorce?” Rabbi Simon Jacobson responds with a grounded, spiritual response that might surprise you.
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I am so very honored to have the privileged of attending your class. Your thoughts and words really enhance my spirit, and revolutionized my perspective on life. You have taught me about love and pain, about happiness and sadness, and given me the tools to utilize these opposing energies as driving forces in my own life. Your words never fail to enter in my heart and tears always come out. I pray that l will be able to continue using your teaching to guide me in a life of true happiness.-Richelle Simms