The shmata on my head is a statement as bold as my red curls: I am proud to be a Jew.
How do I know if this is the person I want to be with for the rest of my life?
Keeping a relationship alive across the miles is no easy task. These tips make the job more manageable.
When it comes to getting over a relationship's demise, a little patience and play-acting go a long way.
What is the right thing to say to someone in deep pain? Jewish insights into comforting those who need it most.
Love is not a do-it-yourself project. So when looking for a spouse, pick one you can live with -- off-the-rack.
Brawling comes with the territory of any real relationship. But prize fighters make arguing a way of coming closer together.
The 17th of Tammuz is a day of distortion, of confusion, of fear. The looming specter of war makes this very clear.
Mother's Day is not a Jewish holiday; it's a brilliantly contrived marketing tool. But try telling that to my mother.
Terrorists want our fear as much as our blood. Whatever happens, they sure won't get my fear.
How do we Israelis deal with this constant killing that lurks around every corner, flaring up in periodic, spectacular displays of just how evil man can be?
I don't know what kind of Jew Daniel Pearl was -- if he went to synagogue regularly or thought about keeping kosher. And it just doesn't matter.
Our enemies seek to destroy more than our bodies: it is our spirit. It is in this that they are most mistaken. Nothing is so indomitable as the Jewish spirit.
My mother led a one-woman solidarity mission to Israel to prop up the nation's economy and flagging spirits.
"There is an undercurrent of tension. I am all too aware that, not so far away, Jewish police officers and soldiers are putting their lives on the line to protect Israel."
Yom Ha'atzmaut marks the moment when Israel burst into being. More than ever, it's nothing to be taken for granted.