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Jacobson to Head JLI Women

Shaindy Jacobson of Crown Heights will direct the women's division of the Jewish Learning Institute, COLlive has learned. Video

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smile as u speak
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smile as u speak

smile smile smile 🙂

Is the Pavarotti story true?
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Is the Pavarotti story true?

It sounds made up. But I guess it’s a nice message

good speaker
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good speaker

pretty good!

great lady
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great lady

shanidy is an amzing lady much hatzlocha

amazing person
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amazing person

I cant think of anyone better to lead this program than mrs. shaindy jacobson. she is the most sincere, kind, Chassidish person and a real dugma chaya…she really is ‘my hero’ and I am so happy to see she is heading this program.

Story to #2
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Story to #2

Yes this story is known as a “Jacobson Story:, meaning it is fiction but carries a good message…

Some people are...
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Some people are...

How about a nice comment for a change? smiling would ruin the powerful message. that was phenominal!
numbers 1 and 2 please have a good woed for people its just not nice and hurtful.

Nice.
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Nice.

Great Speaker!

friend of shaindys
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friend of shaindys

Shaindy is a great person, wonderful friend and has superb middos. She will do a fantastic job!!

best speaker!
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best speaker!

the best speakerrr everrrr!!!
goo mrss jakobson!!

me too....
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me too....

I’d also like to know if the Pavarotti story can be documented. It’s quite spectacular and touching. Mrs Jacobson will bring honor and knowledge to her new position. I’d like to believe that ALL people who sing/say any psalm from the bottom of their heart, are equal in getting the message to HaShem, other people and themselves, however talented or non talented they may be.

Great choice.  Much Hatzlacha!!!
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Great choice. Much Hatzlacha!!!
The Correct Version of the Story...
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The Correct Version of the Story...

The story concerns a party honoring a great actor. During the evening at a friend’s house, the actor obligingly recited excerpts from the plays in which he had appeared. Feeling that a change of pace would be in order, he suddenly began the familiar lines of the Twenty-Third Psalm, “The Lord is my Shepherd.” As was to be expected, the recitation was a beautiful piece of elocution, and at the finish, a storm of applause arose. Then a devout old man ‘who for decades lived close near the Shepherd,’ asked if he might recite the same psalm. Now, there was… Read more »

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i’ve heard her in real life, and i believe she comes across much better in person, than on video.
In any case, she’s a captivating person to listen to, and i wish her much hatzlacha!!
q= anyone know where she is originally from? she has such a distinct accent – almost taimani, yet a typical new york/boro park accent at the same time. its an intriguing combination, and im just curious as to how that is.

Nice!
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Nice!

It says Jackobson is taking over. Who had it before her?

to 13 there are many versions of the story
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to 13 there are many versions of the story

MRS Sahindy is right here is a source

http://bit.ly/9hmH8N

a brilliant hire.
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a brilliant hire.
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fictional anecdote = in plain English made up to inspire

JLI is always reaching for greater heights! Kol Hakavod!
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JLI is always reaching for greater heights! Kol Hakavod!

Kol Hakavod!

Living a Fictional Life Can Be Meaningful
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Living a Fictional Life Can Be Meaningful

It is far better to live in fiction than not to live at all. Inspiration is meaningful even if it comes from the meaningless. One may lecture in d’rush that is non-emes if it brings chizuk in emunah, as we see many parables used to inspire.

your teacher
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your teacher

from the moment i carried you on the bus i knew you were destined for greatness. keep up your good work you make me and all your classmates proud.morah fraide

your neighbor
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your neighbor

Shaindy, b’hatzlacha!

mazal tov
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mazal tov

Mazel Tov Shaindy.

very happy for her
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very happy for her

really beautiful and inspiring, shaindy u are so humble, and I really look up to u. U always look so stylish and tznius at the same time, u are really one of kind. Much Hatzlacha!

intresting person
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intresting person

so how can we go to this program(rcs).is there any website or tel# to get in touch with? does anyone know?

to #25
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to #25

Call the JLI at 1-718-221-6900.

A tzadikus
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A tzadikus

Mrs. Jacobson was my favorite teacher in high school!!! She is a real tzadekes.

go shaindy
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go shaindy

my best aunt.
from the jeacobson family 1219 president

to #1
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to #1

I learned something last night from Rabbi Yossi Paltiel’s class on line.
When one wants to be honest with someone.
it must be preceeded by kindness.

personally, i think the fact that she didnt smile, made it all the more powerful.
B:H, may Hashem continue to bless her and her family.

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