Rabbi Jacobson will discuss the following topics:
What unique opportunities does Elul offer us?
Chassidus applied to 25 Elul
What do we learn from the day when the world was created?
Since time itself was created, how can there be a 25th of Elul, suggesting days and months prior to that day?
Lessons from NetzavimWhy do we read this portion before Rosh Hashana?
What is the deeper meaning in ki karov elecha hadavar me'od, and why do we need an entire Tanya to explain this verse?
What can we learn from the fact that the coming new year is a Shemita Year?
What do you think should be the acronym for the new year – Tof Shin Peh Beis?
Do each of us have a unique mission or are we all equally charged with fulfilling G-d's will?
Why do our souls need a tikkun?
Why is speech so powerful that we need to take care of what we say?
Why do many people use the expression “Torah and Chassidus”?
Is the return of Taliban control a sign that evil will make one last stand before Moshiach comes?
What can I do as a tikkun for killing a deer?
Follow up: Golem, Tomchei Tmimim
Chassidus question: If G-d recreates the world every moment, what is so special about Rosh Hashana?