Weekly Op-Ed • 1 Comment
Moses left us a legacy of facing our deepest questions and coming back stronger from it. He had faith even when there seemed to be no basis for it.
Questions & Answers •Weekly Op-Ed • 5 Comments
The continued quest for an authentic teacher results in a discussion about the virtues of a specific anarchy and the refinement of our search for a rabbi.
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Purim is a day of joyous abandon that transcends conventional boundaries. It is a day when a window opens up that allows us deep inside of ourselves.
Shorts •Questions & Answers • 0 Comments
Some people can predict the future. Others decide the future.
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We continue to wait for Moshiach, but do we even know what we are waiting for?
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Is there historical proof of the revelation at Mt. Sinai?
Weekly Op-Ed •July 8th, 2006• 17 Comments
The value and significance of questions, opinions and feedback; and the time-old question whether parents should bequeath their wealth to their children.
Weekly Op-Ed •June 17th, 2006• 47 Comments
Undoubtedly education of the young is the key to preserving spiritual identity. Today, nothing less than a revolution is necessary in our education systems.
Stories •Weekly Op-Ed • 3 Comments
Rabbi Jacobson tells a story about his own Passover growing up, intertwined with a discussion about the four questions and the experience of life.
Questions & Answers •Weekly Op-Ed •April 21st, 2005• 0 Comments
In order to spiritually prepare for the Seder, one should ask himself a series of questions related to the four questions recited from the Haggada.