Get latest articles and videos with Jewish
inspiration and insights
How did a survivor who wouldn’t buy a ticket to Israel afford to commission a Torah scroll all by himself?
Three years ago I discovered that my grandfather was a member of the SS and arrested for crimes against humanity.
In Poland, a Holocaust survivor shares his harrowing experiences with young Jews.
A pro-Israel philosophy professor is being hounded, and you can help.
Some of the surprising, diverse places where, against the odds, Jewish life is flourishing.
These seven beautiful children were my next door neighbors.
Yes, it CAN be done.
Recognizing the reality of human trafficking this Passover.
My husband is annoyed that I spend so much time involved in many worthwhile causes.
A daily regimen for building your spiritual muscles.
A diary written in German unravels a mystery that changes a woman's life.
A must-see rap song about keeping kosher.
While marriage rates continue to plummet, my son, 22, is bucking the trend and marrying his 21-year-old bride.
Do you have faith in your kids?
How to change the whole dynamic of your relationships.
Four dating lessons we can learn from the uniqueness of matzah.
Dating and the Tinder Revolution.
Yes it can work. Here’s how.
The significance, customs and mechanics of counting the Omer.
Complete guide to making your doorpost Jewish. But will it protect your home?
What is the role of a physician in Jewish law?
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.
I made a vow: If I survived Buchenwald, I would return and kill the mayor’s wife.
In May 1981, a group of young American Jewish leaders asked Prime Minister Begin what he thought were the lessons of the Holocaust. This was his answer.
An Auschwitz survivor shares her faith with the Next Generation.
My grandfather’s Passover Seder, hiding from Nazis in the Krakow Ghetto.
Do you think data from immoral experimentation should be used after the fact?
A sit down interview with the world famous doll who turned 56, and who, it may come as a surprise to many, is Jewish.
After all of these years of Jews eating Chinese, Chinese decide to return the favor.
Passover night and we are living it up… A Passover musical parody to Uptown Funk. Yankele, get the stretch!
What if Moses had Facebook?
We dreamed of the end to racial injustice. But today, a new racism is hitting close to home.
April 18, 2009
May 13, 2011 3:59 AM
Thank you for your entertaining and inspiring message. Well done and yasher koach!
May 29, 2009 10:44 PM
Just the sight of Mr. Gluckin, in his neat button-down shirt and kippah, waving his hands wildly imitating "purple"...hee-hee-hee. ,-) Excellent advice. God bless!
April 26, 2009 11:31 AM
Thank you Rabbi G.
this is every persons ideal dream, mine especially. Only now am I able to start appreciating my true spiritual ability to express myself.
Thank you and Thank God.
Miriam Sara bat Leah,
April 25, 2009 9:48 PM
Rules allow collaboration
As a community we rely on the Torah to give us the structure necessary to be a living flourishing communal organism.
Choir, dance ensemble, Torah class,
student/teacher, chavrusa ,family: We all need rules. This is the first time I have ever really like the sound of purple. But, green I have solid!
Many thanks for a light hearted look at a serious concept.
April 24, 2009 3:46 PM
my favorite person
Tzvi! We miss you big time brotha! I need to get you to Miami asap. By the way I've played that note a few times before...it's solid Violet...love ya
April 23, 2009 6:25 PM
The parables about grammar and guitar are great. And, the electric impression was too funny :-) Thumbs up!
Quest for Understanding,
April 22, 2009 8:02 PM
True ideas in exciting presentation...
This Rabbi seems kind of whacky and exctiing in a good way. The point that rules help make the game work is true and the guitar comparison was great. Let hear some guitar after the holidays...
April 22, 2009 2:44 PM
We remember you
Rav Gluckin, we remember you from Yishuv Maale Amos. Lots of Hatzlacha with the book. Fondest regards, the Zelasko Family.
April 20, 2009 10:20 PM
I Am Blown Away
This guy has to be Aish’s best-kept secret. Funny. Quick. Extremely powerful message. WOW. You should plaster him all over your site and please post more stuff.
April 19, 2009 8:19 PM
wow! so smoothly, with a great comparison, you changed Torah's regulations from being burdensome to "freeing". (Theres comparisons to a wing, he thinks 'agh these wings are too heavy without them i can fly higher' No they make him fly! or the electric toy car, 'agh i have this heavy battery slowing me down' No its making you go...Torah's 'rules' are what keep us flying up!!!
April 19, 2009 3:00 PM
Good luck with the book!
April 19, 2009 1:22 PM
R' gluckin has a very different and unique personality and i think it's great that he's using it for a posotive purpose
April 19, 2009 10:27 AM
Really nice, intelligent presentation. Thank you.
April 19, 2009 8:21 AM
YOU ARE A GENIUS
SIMPLE AND VERY, VERY GOOD.
Display my name?
Your email address is kept private. Our editor needs it in case we have a question about your comment.