Why it’s a real milestone.
Our kids can teach us a lot about how to talk to God.
Don’t run away from a problem. Be an agent of change instead.
A group of North American kids help poor kids in Israel.
Jews need to make informed choices about their Judaism. Don’t be afraid to learn.
The answer isn’t as obvious as you think.
Instead of building memorials, let’s invest in building the future generation of Jews.
Life is full of moments of happiness and sadness, all at once.
Here’s my answer, and I want to hear what you think.
Spreading Jewish wisdom to 1400 Jews who have been cut off from the world.
I’m happy for my friend, but I’m also jealous.
Women's critical role in the story of Hanukkah.
Remembering Ezra Schwartz.
Who you marry is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make.
22 years of memories.
Practical advice on choosing a community to live in.
All Jewish organizations are in the same ocean. So let’s help each other succeed.
What is the most important thing on your to-do list? Do that first.
Should parents let their kids walk to school by themselves?
I was dreading it. I could not have been more wrong.
Helping others by sharing insights you gained through your life experiences.
When it comes to being there for others, don’t hesitate. You won’t regret it
On a scale of 1-10, how hard is the challenge of parenting?
At home and the workplace, focus your attention on what people around you are doing right.
One thing I love about America is that as a nation they are not shy to talk about God.
A unique café is bringing out the best in people.
He recently surprised me with an unusual gift that shows he cares.
The recent protests in Israel by Ethiopians reveal an all-too-common hypocrisy.
When was the last time you spent time with just one parent?
So many tools for growth gleaned from modern psychology are found in the Torah.
When a child confides in only one parent.
How do you speak to the most important person in your life?
Fulfilling three necessary conditions.
Cleaning out our egos and bad habits in preparation for Passover.
Any form of communication that reflects negatively on someone unless there is a positive, constructive purpose.