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Counting of the Omer Spiral-bound – March 1, 1996
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About the Author
Rabbi Simon is a renowned author, lecturer and scholar. His book Toward a Meaningful Life has sold over 150, 000 copies, is in its seventh printing and has been translated into seven languages. Rabbi Jacobson has lectured in 130 cities worldwide and has been interviewed on over 300 radio and TV shows including Larry King Live and the Charlie Rose Show. Rabbi Jacobson heads The Meaningful Life Center, presenting the teachings of Torah to people of all backgrounds in accessible and relevant language. He currently hosts a radio show that can be heard in the New York tri-state area. The show for skeptics and seekers deals with topics ranging from Love and Intimacy to Assisted Suicide and Dr. Kevorkian. The Center has a developing website, and produces books, tapes and a weekly publication. For over 14 years, Rabbi Jacobson, as Editor-in-Chief of VHH, was responsible for publishing the talks of Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Beginning in 1980, he headed a team of scholars that memorized and transcribed entire talks that the Rebbe gave during the Sabbath and holidays, as writing and tape recording is not permitted on holy days. In this position, Rabbi Jacobson was privileged to work in close association with the Rebbe and published more than 1000 of the Rebbes talks. Deeply rooted in the teachings of Judaism, Simon Jacobsons voice is cutting-edge and unique. He cuts through cliches and confusion to provide clarity of vision that is inspiring and universal.
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