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Robert Levine was captured by the Nazis. As his life hung in balance, his dog tags revealed that he was Jewish.
Living in an augmented-reality universe.
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.
Why does it take tragedy to realize that what unites us is so much greater than that which divides us?
Their goal is to destroy Israel. Boycott, divestment and sanction is just a tactic that is being used to attack only Israel.
Students for Justice in Palestine exploit the deaths of innocent Americans to further their own anti-Semitic political agenda.
My husband and I want to start a family but we both love our intense jobs and neither one of us is ready to give our job.
The terrorism of Nice and the world's select outrage.
It seems that nowhere is safe. How do we live in these times of uncertainty?
And keep the insidious feelings of joy and gratitude at bay.
Elie Wiesel took me to Auschwitz and in a certain way, I never came back.
How one small act can trigger movement across generations.
My teen kids have been at sleepover camp for one week and I actually miss them to pieces.
My recent trip to London gave me a glimmer of understanding of what the monarchy means.
How to ensure your marriage is accepting, warm and supportive.
The Jewish man I broke up with is furious, but I don’t want an interfaith marriage.
5 ways to infuse your dates with the respect you both deserve.
Yes, breaking up is hard to do, but if you want to end a relationship it’s a must.
The rabbi offers his take on the question of whether evolution and the Torah's creation account can be reconciled.
Why do we bless God? Isn’t He blessing us?
Seven keys to life fulfillment.
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.
Exploring the contemporary meaning of the first tragedy that occurred on the 17th of Tammuz, the breaking of the tablets at Mt Sinai.
The miracle of survival, faith and the wisdom of a remarkable lady who knows how to live. (Adult discretion advised)
It’s no accident that the deal was finalized only last week.
A Harvard-trained psychiatrist working on a locked ward strives to find the good in his patients.
Forget Pokémon Go… now there’s Pokémensch!
Just before his passing, Harry Houdini apparently said, “Now you see me; now you don’t!”
Do Jewish companies have more of a moral responsibility to keep their employees employed?
Aaron Fotheringham’s confinement to a wheelchair isn’t stopping him from attaining his dreams.
The only failure is not trying.
What’s really important in life?
June 8, 2014 7:40 PM
I love listening to Lori...I wish I could study with her....
June 4, 2014 7:58 PM
even the guy had boundaries
There is no such thing as a boundaryless person. The guy's family had boundaries and so did his company. That being said the teaching is is true.
June 4, 2014 4:19 PM
I just love listening to this woman!
June 3, 2014 10:29 PM
The Torah vs A manual
Hello Lori,Thanks for your video, like always, they embrace and teach something new. For this topic I believe that the relationship between the Torah and the manual of the Company do not match. It depends what the manual says and makes you do and feel. The Torah will always make you a better person and it will make you think, debate and find your real mission in this world. A manual will only tell you what to do, it wil not challenge you in any way and probably a wrong manual will not make a person happy.Thanks again for your video.Kind regards.Alan
June 3, 2014 5:16 PM
I like it!
June 2, 2014 9:56 PM
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