A tribute to Yossi Alexander, given by Rabbi Simon Jacobson at Aliya in Crown Heights, Brooklyn on November 24, 2015.
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Through prayer, meditation, and going outside your comfort zone to grow and learn new things, you can “go crazy” in a way that transforms you for the good — without driving you mad.
Dance manifests our natural internal movement. When we freeze up, we muzzle and shackle our inner spirit. When we break out into an unbridled dance, with our hands waving free and our bodies unchained, our inherent inner rhythm is liberated and comes gushing forth.
Avoiding the wrong thing is better than doing the right thing; protecting is better than serving (Samech Vav) as seen in Parshat Naso and the wilderness.
“Thank you so much for opening my eyes to my personal mission in life. Every day, indeed every occurrence, now represents an opportunity to better myself. My life has been completely transformed, and I am forever grateful”-Denise Martens