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Yes, it’s hard not being married, but I’ve been given an in-the-meantime-blessing and plan on using it as best I can.
The true story of an Appalachian family of 12 who converted to Judaism.
South African leader's long relationship with community veered between supportive and hostile.
Sign this petition and help save a 6-year-old Jewish boy.
How to promote Israel using social media.
Thousands of passionate volunteers are saving people’s lives with their motorcycles. Meet the Israeli who started United Hatzalah.
As Hanukkah fades, keep the light of miracles in your life.
My grandfather used to be so strong and vigorous, but now he’s slowing down and I’m scared.
When listening to others is a bad idea.
How to free yourself from excess shame.
Don’t let your fear hold you back.
Discovering that Judaism and creativity are not at odds with each other.
Working on your marriage may be the most important thing you’ll do to ensure your children’s emotional health.
Secret ingredient-infused cake, muffins, and cookies that lower fat and increase health.
Our home is not Club Med. It is not a place where anything goes.
5 critical lessons I learned along the way.
For starters, stop calling them “single.”
To all the women out there looking to marry a Manly Man.
A 7-point guide to the Jewish coming-of-age ceremony.
Most children raised in interfaith families lack the tools and knowledge to make informed choices.
The significance of dreams in Jewish thought.
Practical and relevant insights on the weekly parsha.
Advanced-level midrashic and Kabbalistic illuminations on the weekly parsha.
Lessons, stories and discussion questions for parents and kids.
Fasting enables us to discover what is truly important to us.
That day in the doctor's office, I lit a match and threw it onto the Holy Temple.
The Tenth of Tevet marks Nebuchadnezzar's siege of Jerusalem 2,500 years ago. What is the message for us today?
One day commemorates a variety of Jewish tragedies.
10 Things Yasser Arafat May Actually have Died From.
New Jewish words for Jewish young adults like… “gefiltering.”
How does nature inspire you?
Nissim Black’s search for light amidst the darkness.
Why should I be grateful?
Love comes in many guises.
July 12, 2009
April 14, 2011 5:09 PM
This clip is hilarious. You just have to be yourself...
August 31, 2009 11:37 AM
I enjoy this very much
July 21, 2009 4:26 PM
sneaky, but true
I learned in a pyschology class, in order to make yourself 'essential', just know a couple things no one else knows....like, how to reboot the system or something. I thought it was sneaky, but definately see the truth in it.
But hopefully, if you are a hard worker, your supervisors will see that in you and keep you around.
July 16, 2009 9:29 PM
I am the "Smelly Feet" guy. I know. I am not sure I will be around much longer.
July 15, 2009 3:14 PM
it's not about the person
sad to say, but in the corporate world it's nothing personal, it's $#'s - almost any person can fill the shoes of the guy leaving, usually it's 'many people filling in the shoes of those being let go' - it's the difference between getting a job and getting welfare!
July 15, 2009 1:11 PM
At one of the parks I work at, I have been known to be the primary person for helping to keep the park clean from virtually litter-free and clean restrooms. My supervisor noted that I am the primary person for helping keep the park clean.
July 15, 2009 4:43 AM
Everyone always love to be around the person that always has something nice to say to everyone! To be "essential" at work, be the person who greets everyone with a smile, a friendly good morning, or a sincere compliment.
At the end of the day, it's the "real stuff" that matter most to others!
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