The Anti-Missionary

Sometimes it takes one to know one.

My Parents vs. My Own Life

When does, “I have to live my own life” become selfishness?

Ego Is Our Enemy

Learning to bring forth your music as part of the symphony.

Living with Courage

Alan Lock was going blind. Here’s how he fought to get through the darkness.

Five Ideas for Life

Some ideas worth thinking about as we begin our journey into a new calendar year.

Finding Uzi

35 years ago they changed each other’s lives and drifted apart. Then Facebook brought them together again.

The Fateful Holocaust Secret

A mother who buried her Jewish identity, and her son’s astonishing quest to reclaim it.

20 Favorite Jewish Quotes

From King Solomon to Einstein, exploring the meaning of some of the best Jewish quotes.

Why Resolutions Fail

Real change requires strategic use of self-discipline.

7 Ways to Live Better This Year

Forging a path filled with love, connection, kindness and gratitude.

How I Moved on After My Wife’s Death

How do you come back from the shock and pain of knowing your love has died and will never return? Ari, a single father of three, shares his moving story.

So What's Wrong With a Christmas Tree?

Growing up with a Christmas tree made me wish that I wasn't Jewish.

At My Grandson’s Bris: Hanukkah, Self-Sacrifice and the Infinite

The mohel instructed me to hold the baby’s legs tight, thrusting me into the reality of what was unfolding.

Star Wars and My Search for Spirituality

The Last Jedi, Chanukah and the battle between the forces of light and darkness.

PODCAST: Improving Self-Esteem in Ourselves and Our Children

Rabbi Aryeh Leib Nivin on how to overcoming low self-esteem at any age.

Like Clockwork: The Incredible Lengths One High-Tech Company went to Keep Shabbat

With hundreds of millions of dollars at stake, the parent company demanded that they work on this one Shabbat.

Seeing More with One Eye

Luis Salazar and a new look at the miracle of Hanukkah.

Does Judaism Believe in Reincarnation?

Fulfilling the soul’s unique mission may take more than one lifetime.

Hanukkah: God Doesn't Shout, He Whispers

Why do we light candles for 8 days when the miracle only lasted for 7 days?

The Jewish Prince of Persia

The Shah of Iran's descendant tells his story from Jerusalem.

Three Lessons for Success from Marathon Training

How imagination, habits and getting outside your comfort zone are crucial to growth.

The Emergency Call & the Anti-Semite

What does it take for a person to rethink his prejudices?

The Redneck

I learned a valuable lesson that fretful Friday: it’s best to not judge other people.

Living Life to the Fullest

Rabbi Leff on how our forefather Jacob tackled life’s challenges.

Thanksgiving Should Not Be Only Once a Year

Six ways to feel gratitude every day. Try them; they really work!

Learning To Fall: A Rap Music Video

A journey through inspiration and disappointment – in love, art, sports and life.

Five Ways to Improve Your Emotional Fitness

Practical tips on how to transform your emotions and live a happier life.

Against the Flow

What happens when the majority isn't right?

My Bar Mitzvah in Abu Dhabi

My Bar Mitzvah was a commitment to accept life’s true messiness and to take responsibility for my own.

Life after Death

What matters most is maximizing our life before death.

Six Steps to Facing Your Fears

Because the only way to create a life of growth and significance is by taking risks.

A Leg to Stand On

At 13, Yitzy Haber decided to have his cancerous leg amputated. He's never looked back.

Hell: What Do Jews Believe?

What is the Jewish definition of heaven and hell and why isn't the afterlife mentioned the Torah?

Boundaries: Mayim Bialik on the Meaning of Mezuzah

The actress and passionate Jew reveals what this ancient mitzvah means to her in this personal, beautiful video.

6 Jewish Ways to Respond to Anger

Practical tools for anger management.

Seven Ways to Make Your Thoughts More Empowering

How to bring more positivity and optimism into your day.

Q&A: The Jewish Calendar

Why is it different and what is its significance?

Close Call: Sometimes Milliseconds Matter

Even the seemingly inconvenient occurrences are part of a larger plan.

My Return to the Mikvah

I was desperate to get my marriage back on track and reclaim the intimacy we once felt with each other.

The 6 High Performance Habits that Make People Extraordinary

All successful people share six common, consistent habits regardless of their area of expertise. Everyone can emulate them.

At Home in Jerusalem Podcast: Serenity in the Face of Stress and Disappointment

Rabbi Aryeh Leib Nivin on overcoming life’s missed opportunities and upheavals.

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