We have always been mystified by the moon — it’s haunting presence shimmering in our night sky. We have studied the moon and its effects on life on earth, we have spent trillions to travel to, land on and explore our lonely lunar sphere …
A great mystic uses the “spiral staircase” as an analogy for life’s cycles. What today is at the bottom, will tomorrow be at the top. And like a spiral staircase, we turn our backs to the destination just before we reach its peak.
Rabbi Simon Jacobson, in conversation with with Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein of Chabad of Poway, will discuss the following… Read more >
Although I am not Jewish, I always enjoy Simon Jacobson’s material. I am terribly dismayed to see that so many people can not look past the “religion” to see the deep, complex universal teachings that are practically relevant to every human life. I have learnt so much from this amazing modern scholar!