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
Weekly Op-Ed •June 3rd, 2004• 11 Comments
Parshat Behaalotcho discusses kindling the menorah that the flames rise on their own: recognizing G-d in our own lives by saying “im yirtzeh Hashem”.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 29th, 2004• 2 Comments
A personal story about a man standing on the edge of the spiritual world is shared, followed by an examination of both spiritual and physical dimensions.
Stories •Weekly Op-Ed •April 15th, 2004• 0 Comments
Using personal anecdotes, Rabbi Jacobson explores of the side effects of practicing religion by rote, and the beauty of a true “religious” experience.
Weekly Op-Ed • 0 Comments
Atheism is examined in contrast with faith, reason, and the principles of the founding fathers of the United States.
Weekly Op-Ed • 2 Comments
Anything man can plan G-d can plan better…
January 16th, 2003•
In Parshat Beshalach, the Jewish People reveal their belief in G-d and Moses after hundreds of years in bondage that bolstered their faith and trust.
November 21st, 2002•
Prayer is the foundation –Faith then dictates and infuses you with the fortitude to do whatever it takes, everything humanly possible to ensure victory.
June 6th, 2002•
In Parshat Shelach the scouts projected their feelings. We learn that through life’s challenges the question is not whether we can do it, but how we can.
February 7th, 2002•
A look at logic and superalogic in our world and why we feel connected to each.