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Insanity and Judaism

Wed Nov 10 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PST
Event Details
Renowned community leader Rabbi YY Jacobson revisits Jewish sources and their insights into mental health and uncertain times.

Note: This is a 60-minute course running on Wednesday, 11/10/2021 @ 12pm-1pm PST. Upon completed registration, your Zoom invitation will be emailed to you 7 days prior to the start time.

Back by popular demand! As the world continues to navigate uncertainties and disruption, Rabbi YY Jacobson returns to AJU.

Join him to discover what ancient traditions and sources teach us about anxiety, depression and resilience, and how those lessons can empower us to overcome life’s challenges.

Cost: $21.00
Instructor: Rabbi YY Jacobson

Rabbi Yosef Yitzchak (YY) Jacobson is one of the most sought after speakers in the Jewish world today, lecturing to Jewish and non-Jewish audiences on six continents and in forty states, and serving as a teacher and mentor to thousands across the globe. He is considered one of the most mesmerizing orators internationally, culling his ideas from the entire spectrum of Jewish thought and making them relevant to contemporary audiences. Rabbi Jacobson serves as the dean of www.TheYeshiva.net, teaching via the web one of the largest Torah classes in the world today, with thousands of students globally. He is the first rabbi to have given the keynote address to the US military chaplains, and the 34,000 employees of the National Security Agency, and serves a columnist in the largest Yiddish English newspaper existing today, The Algemeiner Journal.