Weekly Op-Ed • 5 Comments
It is validating to know that this world is dark and cold, but we can never forget that we were deliberately sent here to illuminate our surroundings.
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The story of why the previous Lubavitcher Rebbe, once referred to a person in a letter, known to be an irreligious man, as a “G-d fearing man.”
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“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.”
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If a single motion from a righteous hand can change a life, how much more so his memory can change the world.
Questions & Answers • 1 Comment
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?
We are the lowliest of all generations, devoid of understanding and spiritual sensitivity. Yet, we are the final generation of history, before redemption.
Weekly Op-Ed •April 18th, 2008• 0 Comments
The 20th century experienced some of the worst destruction and greatest advances this world has ever seen. In light of this dynamic globe, what is the purpose of our generation?
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We each have the responsibility to inspire our own soul and the soul of others, to breathe life into our own experiences and into the lives of others.
Weekly Op-Ed •December 25th, 2003• 1 Comment
The flames of the Chanukah menorah tell a story of yearning and returning, of tension and resolution. We yearn to realign ourselves to our inner rhythm.
May 30th, 2002•
The Bible is filled with journeys, the greatest of which isn’t even completed in the 5 books; in this case the destination is created through the journey.