What kind of memories do we want our children to have?
Where is our shame?
From penniless immigrant to billionaire, Jan Koum’s fortune captures the joy of possibility.
An inside look at a controversial rehabilitation center in China that is “deprogramming” teenagers who are addicted to the Internet.
No one falls out of love.
Addiction is a dreadful disease. As an addict, I know.
Society considers some lives more valuable than others. Judaism disagrees.
Pollard should have been released years ago because discrimination and unfairness are anti-American ideas.
Doesn’t He have more important things to be worried about?
Martin Luther King had a dream. Did his wife and family support it?
An Apple commercial equates recording life with actually living it.
The headline shows a frightening disregard for the value of human life.
A new custom for removing trash from your life echoes the burning of chametz before Passover. The similarity is no accident.
5774 or 2014? The theological debate behind the artist’s masterpiece.
As Hanukkah fades, keep the light of miracles in your life.
A guide for the concerned parent.
Nelson Mandela is a celebrity hero of the spirit and moral conviction.
Working out in a gym that proudly displays organic soap – and plays misogynistic music.
A Kiddush Hashem in New Haven reveals the power of living Jewishly.
The company inadvertently reminds us the meaning of the holiday.
What are couples who choose not to have children missing out on?
Choosing a response to adversity.
The Jewish month of Elul is the opportune time for change.
Sometimes our reckless behavior causes life to go off the rails.
Where is our human decency and compassion?
For American parents it’s very often no more than a fantasy, but it’s now the law in China.
Dustin Hoffman would never have given Tootsie a second look.
We all make mistakes. It’s our unwillingness to take responsibility for them that ultimately harms us.