Once she saw that her husband was in fact blind, she told herself that after all those years of being taken care of, she would now take care of him.
In her eagerness to see the world and experience all of the things she had never been able to do before, she began to develop resentment for her blind husband who could not participate.
We face a problem with information management and are putting too much reliance on shadchanim to marry everyone off.
An issue reportedly affecting North American yeshivish communities, where there are an increasing number of older single girls and not enough older single boys for them to marry.
Describing how the yetzer hora has elected to fight today’s unprecedented level of Torah study by dimming the beauty and allure of yiddishkeit, Rabbi Wallerstein told of his own interactions with teens. ’ I have never, in thousands of kids, been answered ‘yiddishkeit is beautiful,’ not once.
“I’m not talking about kids at risk,” exhorted Rabbi Wallerstein. It’s rules, it’s a way to connect to Hashem a lot of different answers.
A warm and motivational speaker, Rabbi Jacobson has lectured on Chassidic teachings to Jewish and non-Jewish audiences in six continents and twenty states and published scores of articles on Jewish thought.
Jacobson is a senior fellow at the Rabbinical Seminary Chovevei Torah and spiritual leader of Congregation Beis Shmuel in Brooklyn.Jewish communities are growing and spreading all over the world.Technology to connect people has advanced, however little has been adapted into the shidduch system.There is a huge lack of education on the subject of marriage in the Jewish world.This leads to singles having improper expectations, and increased difficulty getting people married and staying married.Woodcliff Lake, NJ - In a fiery speech delivered on Sunday at the 91st Agudah convention at the Hilton in Woodcliffe Lake, NJ, Rabbi Zecharia Wallerstein took today’s education system to task for not meeting the many challenges facing today’s generation and for their failure to imbue children with a love of Torah and yiddishkeit.