MyLife: Chassidus Applied Episode 339, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson
Sunday, January 10, 2021 / 26 Teves 5781 – 8:00-9:00PM EST
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The topics in this week’s 339th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:
o Chassidus Applied to Vaeirah and Rosh Chodesh Shevat
o How do we deal with the deepest darkness? The revelation of Havaya in the abyss of Mitzrayim
o Bringing Torah and Chassidus to all languages and peoples
o From a Torah perspective, what are we to make of the recent events in Washington? What attitude should we have to President Trump today? How can we possibly reconcile the great divide in our country today? Are we headed toward civil war?
o Suicide is frightening me. Please address this recent tragedy and inspire us all with some light. Did the Rebbe ever speak about mental illness, suicide and related issues?
o How should I address my husband who chooses not to connect and provide unconditional love to his children because they are more modern?
o What can we do about our son who suddenly stopped talking to us?
- Chassidus question: What is the maamar called “Der Frumer Va’eirah”?
- MyLife 2020 Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest: 11th Place winners:
o Essay English: The Lamplighter, Rivka Cohen, 24, Bais Chana Women International, Hometown: Jerusalem, Israel
o Essay Hebrew (men): חיים קלים עם אנשים קשים, Mr. Yahal Dahan, Tzfat, Israel
o Essay Hebrew (women): מסע פנימי לגאולה, Mrs. Binah Nachshon, Jerusalem, Israel
o Creative: My Garden (poetry), Yosef Kaufmann, 27, Sofer, Johannesburg, South Africa
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This hour-long dose of insights, broadcast live every Sunday night 8-9PM EST, is meant to provide people with inspired guidance and direction, empowering them to deal with any issue they may face.
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Rabbi jacobson, you say that ultimately contentious matters should be dealt with in the courts. The courts have unambiguously asserted that the election was fair. So why do you continue to undermine the courts and keep sowing doubt by saying you can’t be sure if it was fair or stolen?