One Kidney, Three Lives

One woman’s selfless act of donating her kidney has unforeseen reverberations.

Warren Buffett’s Gems of Wisdom

Want to know what’s in Warren Buffet’s daily planner?

Wiring Our Brains for Happiness

The incredible spiritual power of gratitude.

Erasing Swastikas on NY Subway

An exclusive Aish.com interview with the man who took action.

Beyonce’s Big Birth Reveal

Finding balance between the public and private domain of our lives.

Does God Care about the Super Bowl?

Doesn’t He have more important things to be worried about?

Battling the Drug Epidemic

Startling scientific evidence on how to protect young people from substance abuse.

Financial Struggles and Faith

As a writer, I’ve been financially struggling my entire adult life.

The World’s Eight Richest Men

They have wealth equal to half the population. It's a striking statistic but it's also irrelevant.

Muslim NY Teen Hailed a Hero

Aish.com talks with Ahmed Khalifa who courageously pursued and help arrest the attacker of a Jewish woman on a NY subway.

Everything Comes to Those Who Wait

Discovering my mother’s favorite adage isn’t true.

Menorah Twisted into a Swastika

A family in Phoenix wakes up to find their 7-foot menorah turned into a swastika. The community fights back.

Aish.com’s Top Articles & Videos, 2016

Enjoy the most popular articles and videos of the year.

Addicted to the Light

My children were spared, but what about me?

UN’s Anti-Israel Bias throughout 2016

The recent anti-Israel UN declaration is no surprise to anyone familiar with UN. Just take a look at all their resolutions made this year.

Lena Dunham’s Abortion “Wish”

My own personal experience can attest that an abortion is no badge of honor.

Crazy Busy!

Busyness is a harmful epidemic that’s wreaking havoc on our relationships and our emotional and physical well-being.

When Christmas Meets Hanukkah

Jews differ with Christians on many critical points of theology, but we can focus on the threat we equally face for our survival.

Dr. Henry Heimlich: Saving Lives, Saving Worlds

The maneuver of Dr. Heimlich, who recently passed away at age 96, wasn't his great contribution to saving lives.

My Sons' Secret to Winning Monopoly

Give 10% of all Monopoly income to the Free Parking pot.

France and Aborting Fetuses with Downs Syndrome

Prenatal genetic testing is eliminating babies who would otherwise be born with Down syndrome. France wants to keep it that way.

The Distasteful Holocaust Ice Dance Routine

“Not one of the six million danced and a concentration camp is not a summer camp.”

Forgiving Ralph Branca

Why the infamous Brooklyn Dodger pitcher, who recently passed away, didn’t deserve all that hatred. And the surprising Jewish connection.

Thanksgiving Quiz

How much do you and your family know about Thanksgiving?

Put On Some Lipstick and Look Alive

Sage words from my grandmother, a Holocaust survivor.

My Son’s Suicide

Don’t reduce my bright, witty, loving son who struggled with mental illness to details of his death.

Abraham’s Emoji: A Post-Election Message

Don’t let your differing values cloud the desire to see the good in others.

Moving Beyond the Election: 5 Ways to Erase the Bitterness

How we can come together and move past the hatred and rancor that have marked the past year.

Mel Gibson: No Apology, No Forgiveness

The disgraced director isn’t expressing remorse for his anti-Semitism. He just wants us to forget about it and move on.

The Chafetz Chaim & the Upcoming Election

If only the two candidates would have taken the great rabbi’s lesson to heart.

One Hour at Wal-Mart

What I learned in 60 minutes at Life's SuperStore.

Coming to Grips with My Anxiety Disorder

Suffering from panic attacks and depression, I felt like I was turning into a monster. What was happening to me?

Living to 120

Quality is more important than its quantity.

Cool Girls

They say you never really leave high school. I think you can.

Yom Kippur and Baseball's Greatest Comeback

An inspiring lesson from the manager of the St. Louis Cardinals who beat impossible odds to win the World Series.

Wells Fargo and Taking Full Responsibility

The confession “I take full responsibility” should not become a meaningless expression that makes a mockery of repentance.

The Smartest Kid in the Room

It’s not our gifts that make us who we are; it’s how we use them that truly matters.

Rejecting $3 Billion from Facebook

What one 23-year-old can teach us about vision and passion.

Moving into a Religious Community

For years our fears and comfort prevented us from selling our home to move into a more vibrant Jewish community.

Take Mental Illness Out of the Closet

One in 25 Americans live with a serious mental illness, 9 times more than people who have cancer.

The Serpent Crawls; We Don’t

Evil crawls toward us, but we can choose to use our legs and run away.

Travis Rudolph and How Small Acts Can Make a Huge Difference

Our seemingly small actions aren’t so small after all.

Colin Kaepernick and Standing Up for America

Despite your grievances with the country, refusing to stand for the national anthem is no way to advance a cause.

Me and the Burkini Debate

As France debates the Islamic-style burkini, I’m delighted with my choice to wear modest swimwear.

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