Weekly Op-Ed •February 11th, 2006• 2 Comments
Explore the relationship between tzimtzum, light, and Ein Sof to discover your power to fuse the existential and non-existential.
Weekly Op-Ed •February 4th, 2006• 3 Comments
Learn about the Tzimtzum and the Kav manipulating Divine Light to allow for independent beings and how to direct light via the worlds of Atzilut and Beriah.
Weekly Op-Ed •November 5th, 2005• 0 Comments
Doing a Mitzvah can be the difference between a life of enslavement in a finite bottle, or freeing your finite being by becoming a piece of finite infinity.
Weekly Op-Ed •July 7th, 2005• 6 Comments
In Parshat Chukat Moses’ face turned pale: knowing what it means to be created in the “Divine Image” & learning the cycle of life & death through faces.
Weekly Op-Ed •June 9th, 2005• 0 Comments
For the first time in my 48 years I am an “ovol,” a griever. My father always knew he was on a mission. With the passion of a soldier he never wavered.
Weekly Op-Ed •June 3rd, 2004• 11 Comments
Parshat Behaalotcho discusses kindling the menorah that the flames rise on their own: recognizing G-d in our own lives by saying “im yirtzeh Hashem”.
Stories •Weekly Op-Ed •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.
Weekly Op-Ed •January 9th, 2004• 0 Comments
Does darkness have substance, or is it just the absence of light? Rather than trying to fight the darkness pushing us down, we should find inner peace.
Embracing the duality of life in both its light and dark dimensions may not lead to nirvana, but will allow one to peacefully navigate the dynamic waters.