The most important lessons I learned from my father are those he lived by.
My father and I had nothing in common besides the long silences that would pass between us. Then a miracle happened.
Volunteering one hour to help others gave me a surprising insight about myself and the world.
I never believed in the Divine Barter System. Never believed those "miracles" would happen… until they happened to me.
How I learned to stop worrying and love sending my children to Jewish Day School.
When I was 20, I spent my junior year in college in France to run away from Judaism. But God had other plans for me.
I never understood exactly how a person could love all of his fellow Jews until I started wearing my kippah all the time.
When Bar Mitzvahs are getting as extravagant as weddings, it's time for some serious reassessment.
The most important life lessons I learned are ones that my father never actively tried to teach me. He simply lived them.
My landmark dilemma of newfound "kippahedness": do I wear a kippah to the job interview or not?
In the midst of the most sacred of my bachelor rituals – pizza and Monday Night Football – a knock on the door ended up changing my life.
Life in corporate America when you're the only guy in your company wearing a kippah.