Discover the deeper meaning of the solar eclipse, based on 4000 years of wisdom from the Jewish Mystics. Rabbi Simon Jacobson, a best-selling author and renowned scholar of Kabbalah and Chassidus, shares insights on the meaning of the solar eclipse that are understandable to people of all backgrounds.
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In the case of the Spies in Parshat Shelach G-d said, “I’m not telling you what to do—do as you see fit.” G-d was opening a new arena of human potential.
The dimensions of the rainy and sunny seasons of the Jewish calendar are explored in correlation to the birth of Chabad Chassidism, which is linked to Kislev, the third month of the “Season of Rains.”
The Jewish holiday of Purim teaches us how the Jewish people compare to the moon; we have the capacity for change and renewal like the moon wanes and waxes.
Say these three life-changing declarations every morning and be confident that slowly, but surely, you too can change.
“Firstly, thank you a million times over for the wellspring of wisdom and insight that you have shared with me and the world! I’ve spent the last decade of my life exploring what it means to be alive as a spirit, and over the last few years you have been a continuous refuge and motivational source in my journey. I pray that I continue down the path that you have shown, and that I merit to become a source of inspiration and life to others, as you have been to people around the world.”-Adam Cohen