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.
Weekly Op-Ed •Stories •April 1st, 2004• 1 Comment
Using personal anecdotes as well as Chassidic stories, Rabbi Jacobson examines the different types of believers in light of his previous article on atheists.
December 25th, 2003• 1 Comment
The power of Yud-Tes Kislev: two events on the same day 205 years apart – the Alter Rebbe’s release from prison & Saddam Hussein’s capture. The connection?
Weekly Op-Ed •April 3rd, 2003• 0 Comments
The Euphrates River has seen the rise and fall of man many times over, and plays a significant role in the ultimate redemption.
February 14th, 2002•
Moses, the seventh generation after Abraham, teaches us how to transform the world around us into a home for G-d.
January 31st, 2002•
At Mt. Sinai, the physical and spiritual worlds merged. The NYC skyline shows a man-made version of this, yet reminds us of the fragility of man’s work.
December 27th, 2001•
Jacob and Joseph always remind us that we can overcome any challenge. When we hold onto our faith in G-d and His promises, then we will always prevail.