By Schneur Zalman Rabin, Montreal, CA
Pride & Humility. Complacent & Ready to Serve. This repeated paradox in Torah holds the key to developing a balanced self-esteem that’s predicated on a readiness to serve.
By Aileen Ariella Samimi, Great Neck, NY
Only when an individual encounters a struggle, are they afforded the opportunity to refine themselves by means of self-regulation, overpowering the negative and introducing positivity.
By Tal Lewis, Morristown, NJ
We may not be godly, or perfect—but we do not have to be. Our job is to serve G-d on His terms, by fulfilling His Torah and mitzvos. And in this way, we each fulfill our soul’s mission.
By Chezky Raskin, Brooklyn, NY
How did Yosef Hatzaddik treat his brothers like brothers after they condemned him to a life of immense difficulty? How can one accept life’s punches and remain deeply happy?
I watch your videos and read all your emails; thank you for these precious resources.
We desperately need a Meaningful Life Center here in Berlin, Germany! We have a couple of spiritual centers here but they are completely esoteric, and I find Rabbi Jacobson to be far more profound and very relevant. I really wish you could open a center here.