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Parshat Pinchas helps unravel the yichus dilemma – illuminating the balance between elitism & the masses; individuality and responsible leadership.
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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
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The destruction of the second temple was caused by baseless hatred. Can we begin to repair this through the power of the human touch?
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Please join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for a short, inspiring talk on how to be an emotionally warm person. Learn the key to brightening and warming your corner of the world.
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The following three steps, which come from the 4000-year-old tradition of Kabbalah, are a sure way to not only relieve emotional pain, but to become a better person through it.
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Much can be learned from advertising. What exactly does it mean to be alive? Chayei Sarah reveals for us a completely new definition and dimension of life. A true life is a spiritual life.
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Join Rabbi Simon Jacobson for a short, clear talk about how to maintain focus on the big picture before you get overwhelmed, and even in the midst of crisis.
Transcripts/Sources • 4 Comments
In the Kabbalah, Jewish mysticism, there is a map of the emotions. It’s a map that divides the emotions into seven categories, seven particular attributes and faculties.
Kabbalah teaches that crying is a universal and necessary experience.
For most of us, negative feelings and experiences are something we are taught to repress or to react to. A revolutionary idea is to, instead, use negativity for positive ends.