8:00pm: What Recourse Do I Have After I Was Removed from My Shlichus?

This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 187, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info, beginning at 8:00pm. This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: Is It Ever Acceptable to Compromise Standards for Others? Can I Believe yet Have No Relationship with G-d? What Recourse Do I Have After I Was Removed from My Shlichus Post? Is There Advice from the Rebbe to a Single Father? Is There Anything Wrong with a Yellow Moshiach Flag?

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The topics in this week’s 187th episode of the highly acclaimed popular MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include:
  • Chassidus Applied to Chof Cheshvan
  • Lessons from Parshas Chayei Sarah
  • Is it ever acceptable to compromise standards for others?
  • Can I believe yet have no relationship with G-d?
  • What recourse do I have after I was removed from my shlichus post?
  • Is there advice from the Rebbe to a single father?
  • Is there anything wrong with a yellow Moshiach flag?
  • How do I cope with the temptation to molest kids?
  • Follow-up:
    • Food Crawl – not answered (episode 186)
    • Sexual harassment
  • Chassidus Question: Bitachon and parnassah: There seems to be a contradiction in Maamorei Chassidus about how much effort is necessary to make a living?
  • MyLife Essays: Conquering Sadness, by Betzalel Evenchik, University Heights, OH; As If G-d Actually Cares?! by Meyer Fingerer, Wilkes-Barre, PA; The Power of Introspection, by יהב עופר, Israel. These and other essays can be read online at meaningfullife.com/essays.
This hour-long dose of insights, broadcast live every Sunday night 8-9PM EST, is meant to inform, inspire and empower us by applying the teachings of Chassidus to help us face practical and emotional challenges and difficulties in our personal lives and relationships. To have your question addressed, please submit it at meaningfullife.com/mylife.
In what has now become a staple in so many people’s lives, MyLife: Chassidus Applied addresses questions that many people are afraid to ask and others are afraid to answer. When asked about the sensitive topics he has been addressing, Rabbi Simon Jacobson commented, “I understand that the stakes are high and great care has to be taken when speaking openly, but the silence and lack of clarity on matters plaguing the community can no longer go unaddressed. The stakes of not providing answers are even higher.”
The on-going series has provoked a significant reaction from the community, with thousands of people viewing each live broadcast and hundreds of questions pouring in week after week. At the root of every question and personal challenge tackled by the series is the overarching question: Does Judaism have the answers to my personal dilemmas?
In inimitable “Jacobson-fashion”, the broadcast answers people’s questions in simple, clear language while being heavily sourced. Each episode is jam-packed with eye-opening advice from the Rebbeim, gleaned from uncovering surprising gems in their letters, sichos and maamorim that address our personal issues with disarming relevance. Simultaneously, Rabbi Jacobson is able to crystallize a concept quickly, succinctly, and poignantly for any level of listener.
All episodes are immediately available for viewing in the MLC’s archive and can be downloaded as MP3s for listening on the go.
Questions may be submitted anonymously at meaningfullife.com/mylife.


  • 1. Cholentmitkugel wrote:

    It happened to a family member. Sometimes a Chabad house isn’t the right fit. Hard with children, moved back to parents house…. Good news…packed up to another one. Working out…so far. I prefer mauve over yellow flag.

  • 2. My comment on Youtube wrote:

    Thank You for your continued support of Rabbi Simon Jacobson’s classes. I posted a comment on his video on youtube on the subject of a shliachs frustration with the leadership of Chabad.

    Rabbi Shlomo Ezagui


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