Weekly Op-Ed •Questions & Answers • 6 Comments
A Q&A letter applying the story of Moses striking the rock instead of speaking to the rock in Parshat Chukat to explain how to get through to blocked people
Weekly Op-Ed • 47 Comments
Undoubtedly education of the young is the key to preserving spiritual identity. Today, nothing less than a revolution is necessary in our education systems.
Weekly Op-Ed • 4 Comments
Jacob instilled in us the power to climb despite our fear of falling. We should trust G-d to help us but must also strengthen ourselves from the inside out.
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Join Rabbi Simon Jacobson as he addresses how the corona-imposed closures have forced people to pray in their homes instead of their synagogues. How has this caused us to challenge some long-standing “norms” of Judaism?
Essays • 1 Comment
Spiritual meaning of fasting: Yom Kippur is a taste of this future world of reverse biology. We will be sustained by hunger, and will experience other unnatural phenomena.
Quotes •Essays • 0 Comments
The connection between accepting the yoke of Heaven and Rosh Hashanah. What kind of person can accept the yoke of heaven? Can you?
Essays • 0 Comments
The Talmud relates that Rabbi Meir would deduce a person’s nature from his name: the 3 Hebrew letters that spell “Korach” delineate the contours of conflict.
Weekly Op-Ed •October 28th, 2004• 0 Comments
The topics discussed include G-d’s plans “behind the curtain,” the power of prayer, and each individual’s mission in this world.
Weekly Op-Ed •July 15th, 2004• 0 Comments
Response to a provocative letter: ‘The feeling of “us” and “them” was an undercurrent in the interactions between FFB’s and BT’s or non-observant Jews’.
Weekly Op-Ed •June 10th, 2004• 1 Comment
Learning from President Ronald Reagan & the sin of the spies in Parshat Shelach: hope & confidence breeds confidence; self-doubt & fear demoralizes & taints