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Rejecting $3 Billion from Facebook Rejecting $3 Billion from Facebook

Rejecting $3 Billion from Facebook

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

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The Brownlee Brothers’ Incredible Triathlon Finish

The Brownlee Brothers’ Incredible Triathlon Finish

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And a lesson from the sounding of the Shofar.

Moving into a Religious Community

Moving into a Religious Community

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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

Take Mental Illness Out of the Closet

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

Remembering 9/11: Five Important Lessons

Remembering 9/11: Five Important Lessons

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Because those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it.

The Serpent Crawls; We Don’t

The Serpent Crawls; We Don’t

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

When is the Last Time You Had Goosebumps?

When is the Last Time You Had Goosebumps?

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Inject some awe into your life.

Travis Rudolph and How Small Acts Can Make a Huge Difference

Travis Rudolph and How Small Acts Can Make a Huge Difference

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

Colin Kaepernick and Standing Up for America

Colin Kaepernick and Standing Up for America

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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

Me and the Burkini Debate

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

Ryan Lochte's Non-Apology

Ryan Lochte's Non-Apology

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Judaism and the lost art of true repentance.

Waitress in Tears

Waitress in Tears

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We all have the ability to light a person’s soul.

Near Death

Near Death

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Remembering that the small things aren’t so small.

The Olympics’ Jewish Message

The Olympics’ Jewish Message

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What a difference a fraction of a second makes!

Think

Think

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Are you a victim of the Abilene Paradox?

Glamorizing Hitler

Glamorizing Hitler

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Fighting “Hitler Chic” isn’t just an issue of taste. It’s protecting the dignity of the six million Jews murdered and battling resurgent anti-Semitism today.

What the World Can Learn from Israel After the Wave of Deadly Attacks

What the World Can Learn from Israel After the Wave of Deadly Attacks

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Mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat shares some security advice.

The Olympics and Palestinian Hate

The Olympics and Palestinian Hate

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Chairman of the Palestine Olympic Committee applauds terror attacks and denounces games that bring Arab and Jewish kids together.

My Non-Jewish Boyfriend

My Non-Jewish Boyfriend

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If I was never going to intermarry, why was I seriously dating a non-Jewish, bona fide heartthrob?

The Pope in Auschwitz

The Pope in Auschwitz

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God has given the Jewish people the grace to cry.

Frederick Weller’s Last Call

Frederick Weller’s Last Call

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Jeff Jacoby’s tribute to his father-in-law, a volunteer fireman for over 60 years, who recently passed away.

I Learned More at McDonald's Than at College

I Learned More at McDonald's Than at College

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College taught me that my feelings are more important than anything. Working at McDonald's taught me that serving others comes first.

Judaism's Guidelines for Voting

Judaism's Guidelines for Voting

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4 guidelines the Torah gives for choosing great leaders.

The Morning After the Election

The Morning After the Election

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Like it or not, Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be elected the 45th president of the United States of America. Here’s how we can prepare.

When the Victims of Terror Are Not Jews

When the Victims of Terror Are Not Jews

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The terrorism of Nice and the world's select outrage.

The Terrorist Attack in France

The Terrorist Attack in France

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It seems that nowhere is safe. How do we live in these times of uncertainty?

Carnage in Dallas

Carnage in Dallas

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The shooter had connections with a radical group that promotes violence against white people and Jews.

Elie Wiesel's Love of America

Elie Wiesel's Love of America

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He never forgot his American liberators, and never stopped loving the country that gave him a second lease on life.

Elie Wiesel Changed My Life

Elie Wiesel Changed My Life

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The Nobel Prize winner has died at the age of 87. His passion for life and Judaism left its indelible mark on me.

Three Keys to Loving Your Job

Three Keys to Loving Your Job

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70% of Americans hate their job. Here’s Judaism’s formula for loving your work.

Wheelchair Envy

Wheelchair Envy

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I wish people would realize my child is mentally ill and is not going to grow out of it.

One German’s War against Hate

One German’s War against Hate

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A powerful video about one 70-year-old woman who has scraped off over 72,000 neo-Nazi symbols throughout Germany.

Miracle on the Hudson

Miracle on the Hudson

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What was Captain Sully thinking as he calmly landed that plane on the water, saving everyone on board?

“Me Before You” Deserves the Backlash

“Me Before You” Deserves the Backlash

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The film distorts the experiences of people with disabilities and goes against Judaism’s value of human life.

The Orlando Massacre: A Hate Crime against Man and God

The Orlando Massacre: A Hate Crime against Man and God

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Omar Mateen unwittingly chose the very day on which God first proclaimed “Thou shalt not murder” to carry out his barbaric executions.

The Orlando Terror Attack

The Orlando Terror Attack

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We must feel the horror of every terror attack, whether it’s Tel Aviv or Orlando.

Muslims Yes, Jews No: The Hypocrisy of the NY Times

Muslims Yes, Jews No: The Hypocrisy of the NY Times

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Separate swimming hours to accommodate religious sensitivities provokes hypocritical response.

Dr. Henry Heimlich: Saving Lives, Saving Worlds

Dr. Henry Heimlich: Saving Lives, Saving Worlds

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His Heimlich maneuver is not his great contribution to saving lives.

Killing Harambe: The Cincinnati Zoo Tragedy

Killing Harambe: The Cincinnati Zoo Tragedy

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It was a choice between a human life and an animal life.

The Billionaire who Won't Leave his Kids a Penny

The Billionaire who Won't Leave his Kids a Penny

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The connection between wealth and happiness isn't what you think.

Robert Kraft’s Inspiring Commencement Speech

Robert Kraft’s Inspiring Commencement Speech

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Dream big, do good, and be a mensch.

NICU

NICU

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Love's missing ingredient.

Judaism, Depression and Happiness

Judaism, Depression and Happiness

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Exploring Jewish wisdom on the reasons for sadness and how to attain happiness.

Hiroshima, the White House and Israel

Hiroshima, the White House and Israel

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Those who instigate war need to pay the price for their evil. Unless it’s waged against Jews.

“Smelly Jews” and Harvard

“Smelly Jews” and Harvard

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The student’s offensive remark was not only anti-Semitic, it violated the sanctity of all human beings.

Whose Life is More Valuable?

Whose Life is More Valuable?

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Society considers some lives more valuable than others. Judaism disagrees.

Saying Goodbye to Our Big House

Saying Goodbye to Our Big House

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Learning to live with less.

UK: The Left's Anti-Semitism Problem

UK: The Left's Anti-Semitism Problem

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Revealing the root of the Labour party’s anti-Semitism.

Islamic Terror: What Muslim Americans Can Do

Islamic Terror: What Muslim Americans Can Do

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A Muslim American activist, author and attorney, explains why it is Muslim Americans who must take the lead in identifying and combating Islamic extremists within their communities.

British Museum & Evidence of Israelite Slavery in Egypt

British Museum & Evidence of Israelite Slavery in Egypt

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A mud brick with straw, stamped with a royal seal that says “House of Ramses ll,” and other cool artifacts.