Biography of the Rebbe Rashab
The Rebbe Rashab authored the most comprehensive documents on mysticism, elegantly outlining the mystical infrastructure and its application to our lives.Read More
Hemshech Samech Vov
Hemshech Samech Vov is a series of 61 discourses by The Rebbe Rashab. In this introduction, Rabbi Simon Jacobson explains the concepts of chassidus used by The Rebbe Rashab in Hemshech Samech Vov.Read More
Centennial of a New Era: What 1915 Can Teach Us In 2015
A rare opportunity to peer through the eyes of an extraordinary visionary, whose journey mirrored events that forever changed the world in which we live.Read More
The Rebbe’s Memory?
“I do not add ‘his soul is in Eden’ to my father’s name – I am not about to assign him an ‘address.’ As far as I am concerned, Father has not departed.”Read More
A Brighter Future
Small piece of insight by Rabbi Sholom DovBer of Lubavitch, the Rebbe Rashab, on the present, future and coming of Moshiach.Read More
The goal of education is for a person and his teachers to develop his personal moral vision–his perceptions of right, wrong, truth and falsehood–toward increasing degrees of synonymity with the ultimately objective moral vision: life as envisioned by its Creator.Read More
Vayelech: A Year In Perspective
As we enter the new year, this essay reflects on the past year, the lessons learned, challenges encountered and meaning made…Read More
Passover: Our Calling
Rabbi Jacobson responds to a challenging letter which poses the question: How do we respond to the ‘clash of civilizations’ in the Middle East today?Read More
What is the Calling of Our Time?
As we approach Rosh Hashana: Here is a good question to ask yourself:
If you were able to have a glimpse of G-d’s thoughts,how would they look?
Netzovim – Vayeilech: Birthing
Samech Vav, part 19 discusses the renewed light that shines on the eve of Rosh Hashana, a light which is relevant to each of us as a unique being…Read More