Weekly Op-Ed • 9 Comments
The innate purity within children and their effortless connection to the Divine is examined, despite popular scientific theories and thought to the contrary.
Weekly Op-Ed •February 25th, 2006• 8 Comments
A reflection of the pain of childnessness and the power to overcome through alternative ways to give birth to new souls.
Questions & Answers •Weekly Op-Ed • 34 Comments
An email exchange between Rabbi Jacobson and the mother of a bi-polar son illuminates the concept of special children and their unique strengths.
Questions & Answers •Weekly Op-Ed •May 8th, 2003• 0 Comments
Rabbi Simon Jacobson answers a critical question: how does one find an authentic, truthful educator when it comes to Torah learning?
Weekly Op-Ed •March 13th, 2003• 0 Comments
Parallels are drawn between the Purim of 2360 years ago and the Purims of the modern Persian Gulf Wars, and the ultimate significance of the Persian region is examined.
January 2nd, 2003• 19 Comments
Kabbalah reveals the secrets of the soul and a level of spirituality that brings vitality to day-to-day religious practices.
April 25th, 2002• Comments Off on Emor: Radiant Caution – On War & Love
The concept of loving discipline is examined in contrast to a discipline born out of fear and guilt, which is ultimately ineffective.