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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We desperately need a Meaningful Life Center here in Berlin, Germany! We have a couple of spiritual centers here but they are completely esoteric, and I find Rabbi Jacobson to be far more profound and very relevant. I really wish you could open a center here.-Stephanie Ewald