I am sick of apologizing for Israel when it is Israel that really deserves an apology.
An elegy to the Jewish people for the 17th of Tammuz.
You do have time and who cares about what people will think.
Even the best marriages require ongoing nurturing.
Nothing can replace a father’s love.
How to find a sense of satisfaction when you never reach the finish line.
Appreciating the gifts our children have already given us.
The words are inadequate, but we thank you.
Coming together as families and as a nation to remember our shared history.
Embracing the spiritual opportunity of the Jewish month of Nissan and Passover.
Post-Purim inspiration from a marathon runner with M.S. whose legs go numb when she runs.
Like Solomon Northup, Esther could not reveal her true identity.
From penniless immigrant to billionaire, Jan Koum’s fortune captures the joy of possibility.
The gold medalist freestyle skier and his brother who has cerebral palsy are both champions.
Control freaks like me have a hard time asking for help.
I didn’t know how deep Sharon’s love was for Israel and the Jewish people.
We all yearn to belong. And it takes so very little to make someone feel that they don’t.
The headline shows a frightening disregard for the value of human life.
I love and respect you, but I don’t want my life to revolve around you.
Amidst all the talk about eggnog, I realized the special blessing of Shabbat.
As Hanukkah fades, keep the light of miracles in your life.
Hanukkah is a special time for us to say thank You for all the little and big miracles in our lives.
Jewish students face ongoing anti-Semitism and no one is doing anything about it.
Most children raised in interfaith families lack the tools and knowledge to make informed choices.
One of the greatest philanthropists of the century passes away.
Four lessons from the heart by Michael Landsberry, the heroic math teacher who was killed protecting his students in Nevada.
In memory of Rabbi Dovid Heller, of blessed memory.
Real pleasure and self-esteem come through genuine challenge.
Stranded on a mountain, under the stars, I felt fear and God’s protective love.
The shofar’s cry is God calling out my name, looking for me.
When danger is everywhere, listen to the siren of the shofar.
Sometimes our reckless behavior causes life to go off the rails.
The royal baby, the future King of England, sure has a lot to live up to. Don't we all?
Where is our human decency and compassion?
We all make mistakes. It’s our unwillingness to take responsibility for them that ultimately harms us.
In the darkness of destruction, we’re reminded of the opportunity to rebuild.