Weekly Op-Ed •February 19th, 2004• 0 Comments
Today, people spend too much energy fighting fires of apathy and cruelty that can be better used for growing and increasing happiness.
Weekly Op-Ed •February 12th, 2004• 17 Comments
Without a clear enemy, nations often lose their visions of the future. Yet, within the Torah one can find direction towards a higher purpose.
Weekly Op-Ed •February 5th, 2004• 2 Comments
Israel’s spiritual centrality serves as a gift to all the nations, including the Jews who are charged with the task of bringing these nations closer to G-d.
Weekly Op-Ed •January 29th, 2004• 0 Comments
A theory on the world’s fixation with Eretz Yisroel and how you can bring peace to the Holy Land and holiness to where you live.
Weekly Op-Ed •January 22nd, 2004• 0 Comments
A detailed account of a trip to Israel (part II) including a visit to the Old City and the Dead Sea and the meaning derived from them.
Weekly Op-Ed •January 15th, 2004• 0 Comments
A detailed account of a trip to Israel (part I) with all of the emotions the Holy Land inspires.
Weekly Op-Ed •June 12th, 2003• 0 Comments
What if we’re to find out the Middle East is indeed in the midst of religious war; one that is threatening the entire world? That this really is about G-d?
Weekly Op-Ed •February 27th, 2003• 2 Comments
A poem about a great snowfall in the Holy City of Jerusalem and the transformation that happened among its people and sites.
November 21st, 2002• Comments Off on Vayishlach: Are We Victims?
Prayer is the foundation –Faith then dictates and infuses you with the fortitude to do whatever it takes, everything humanly possible to ensure victory.
July 25th, 2002• Comments Off on Eikev-Nachamu: From Lebanon to Jerusalem – Diary
As he travels around Israel Rabbi Jacobson rediscovers all the historic sites that the world has tried to bulldoze over.