It’s no accident that the two books, epitomes of the depth of evil and the heights of virtue, are now in the public domain.
In Judaism, the more valuable and treasured something is, the more private and protected we keep it.
5 ways to combat the pressure to be perfect.
A principal's request for mothers to stop wearing sleepwear while dropping off their kids creates a backlash. She happens to be right.
The British explorer died attempting to cross the Antarctic unaided. Was it worth it?
If time is more precious than money, why do we treat is so cavalierly?
Some do’s and don’ts for those of you who have good intentions but don’t know where to put them.
Hard to believe but this year has been "the best year in history for the average human being to be alive."
Don’t live the same year 75 times and call it a life.
Lessons from the mindboggling mistake heard around the world.
Enjoy the most popular articles and videos of the year.
The technology of distraction: a conversation with Nicholas Carr, bestselling author of The Shallows and Is Google Making Us Stupid?
At an airport in Ireland, Jewish philanthropist Shlomo Rechnitz performs an act of tremendous kindness.
10 true instances when Jews and Muslims – at times risking everything – saved each other's lives.
He cannot move to Israel for at least five years. The reason reeks of hypocrisy.
Giving thanks goes to the essence of what it means to be a Jew.
Studies show that most young kids are creative geniuses. Then what happens?
The scenes of death – whether in Paris or Hebron, Jerusalem or New York – should serve as a warning to us all.
We must rededicate ourselves to the values the terrorists would destroy, and show the resolve to defeat our adversaries.
The barbaric attacks in Paris have made it clear that Islamist jihad has arrived, and it intends to kill, terrify and conquer.
Far from undermining generosity, Judaism fosters it.
One must differentiate between potential and actual evil.
Julius Rosenwald, the Jew who created over 5000 schools for African Americans across the US.
Tools for coping with the daily stresses of life.
I've carried an idea of him in my mind. Who, for him, was the young girl with scorn in her eyes?
What is the value of spending our time on lost causes?
Taking a picture is not the same thing as experiencing a moment. In fact it’s a way of forgetting.
A moving video on the harmful effects of labeling others.
On Rosh Hashanah we review our life as it actually is, free from illusion and spin.
A psychiatrist offers insights into prioritizing family life this Rosh Hashanah.
To inspire you and your family for a brand-new, successful year.
The country is glorifying Nazi collaborators. The world should be alarmed.
Another wake-up call just in time for Elul.
Don’t presume to know that his illness is a result of his anti-Semitic views.
How the founding father of international finance remained humble and steadfastly committed to Torah values.