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The Book of Numbers (Bamidbar) and the overall 10 censuses are devoted to the absolute value of counting: the indispensability & worth of each human being.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 22nd, 2006• 9 Comments
Nothing can console those who have lost a loved one. The only thing keeping them whole is a connection something greater than death and life, G-d.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 8th, 2006• 5 Comments
The Seder plate serves as a reflection of both your purpose in life and your greatest potential, and contains in its structure multiple layers of symbolism.
Weekly Op-Ed •July 21st, 2005• 1 Comment
Pinchas, in Parsaht Pinchas, is a peaceful, selflessness zealot & exemplary in the face of current politico-religious tensions, radicalism and liberalism.
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 •May 27th, 2004• 9 Comments
Understanding tiferet (balance) in Parshat Nasoh: balance between spirit & matter; body & soul; and love (chesed) & discipline (gevurah) in relationships.
Weekly Op-Ed •January 9th, 2004• 0 Comments
Embracing the duality of life in both its light and dark dimensions may not lead to nirvana, but will allow one to peacefully navigate the dynamic waters.
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?
October 24th, 2002•
Let us learn from Abraham and Isaac. When your love is infused with dedication to that which is beyond you, to the eternal – then you and your family too become eternal.