Choosing a Career

It’s time for me to decide what I’m going to do in the future. I feel lost!

Whose Work Comes First?

My husband wants me to join him at a business-related party, I want to stay at home to complete my work.

Netanyahu’s 44 Seconds of Silence at the UN

What is the value of spending our time on lost causes?

Leave your Camera at Home

Taking a picture is not the same thing as experiencing a moment. In fact it’s a way of forgetting.

BBC Headline Shocker

The BBC’s initial report on the recent Israeli murders left me speechless.

Johnny Depp on Whitey Bulger

Bulger wasn't hardwired to be a murderer. No one is.

Should I Remain a Working Mom?

Am I working to avoid facing issues in my marriage?

Unlabeled

A moving video on the harmful effects of labeling others.

How to Prepare for Yom Kippur

This practical tip can change your Yom Kippur experience.

Rosh Hashanah: My Facebook Antidote

On Rosh Hashanah we review our life as it actually is, free from illusion and spin.

Ukraine’s Embrace of Neo-Nazism

The country is glorifying Nazi collaborators. The world should be alarmed.

10 Inspiring Quotes about Learning

To inspire you and your family for a brand-new, successful year.

Working Less and Saving More

A psychiatrist offers insights into prioritizing family life this Rosh Hashanah.

How to Lead a Group Well

My youth group president hogs all the power and doesn’t listen to anyone else.

Jewish Fashion Design

A new fashion design sketchbook shows less isn’t always more.

Don’t Flaunt It

Shaq O’Neal and the real meaning of modesty.

Jimmy Carter’s Cancer

Don’t presume to know that his illness is a result of his anti-Semitic views.

Life Doesn’t Seem Fair

My dear friend remains single and alone, while a former adulterous friend is remarried and expecting. How’s that fair?

Matisyahu: Let Music be Your Flag

In Spain festival, with Palestinian flags in background, Matisyahu sings “Jerusalem, if I forget you”‏

How to Stop Worrying

One insight that makes a real difference.

Baron Rothschild’s Secret

How the founding father of international finance remained humble and steadfastly committed to Torah values.

Why I Don’t Touch Men

Because touch is sacred and my body is sacred. And sacred things should be saved for sacred moments.

Pollard: One Stark Reminder

Jonathan Pollard’s lesson to the Jewish People.

Honor Diaries

Breaking the silence on ‘honor violence’ against women and girls in Muslim societies.

The Don’t Text and Drive Campaign

One Jewish mom in LA is waging a campaign to stop people from texting while they drive. It’s catching on.

The Iran Nuclear Deal

Is the nuclear agreement between the United States and Iran a good or bad deal?

My iPhone Addiction

How I learned to gain control over my incessant need to be constantly connected.

Nasty Sister-in-Law

Aloof and rude, I think my self-respect demands that I distance myself from my husband’s sister.

No Confidence

I really want to make my dreams come true, but I’m too scared of what people will think.

The Frame Game

One simple game can change how you judge people.

Atticus Finch and Fallen Heroes

If we stop believing in heroes there’s no hope for us ever to become like them.

Inside Out & Emotional Integration

The more we embrace our emotions, the more alive we feel.

Hank Greenberg & WW2

Greenberg, baseball’s highest-paid player before the war, was the first Major Leaguer to enlist.

Queen Elizabeth’s Nazi Salute

Don’t let an 80-year-old photo distract you from the real threats affecting the Jewish people today.

Samsung, Shame on You

Anti-Jewish smear campaign rears its ugly head.

When "I Love You, Daddy" Isn't Enough

Imagine the long-term impact our smart phone addiction will have on kids.

Four Major Problems with the Iran Deal

It is breathtaking in its concessions to a regime that is the foremost sponsor of terror and vows to annihilate the Jewish state.

Permission to Destroy the Jews

With the Iran nuclear deal, we must not let history repeat itself.

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