How to bring more joy to others, and make yourself feel a little better, too.
Dear God, we may not need to know "Why?" But we do need to know "When?"
Those who believe in the power of good deeds love to tell his story.
When the enemies of civilization attempt to cast the world into darkness, the most potent response is to increase the light.
We should always give others – and ourselves – the benefit of the doubt.
The Book of Psalms is our response to God's love. An in-depth examination of one of the most famous psalms.
Genuine kindness occurs when our sole motivation is caring about the welfare of others.
The Washington rally: good or bad?
A practical guide to becoming great in 49 days.
To truly understand Torah, philosophical principles need to be translated into action.
God could have created a bunch of puppets. He created humans instead.
A chair needs three legs to stand. Our spiritual lives also have a 3-part balance.
Sometimes we are too preoccupied to see God's kindness. Here's a user-friendly list of what we have to be grateful for.
On Thursday night, March 7, take part in a special all-night Torah learn-a-thon to help a family in Jerusalem.
How to reestablish any friendship or relationship when you are clearly in the wrong.
Take a moment to let someone's pain register on your emotional Richter scale.
The visit that wasn't: An unexpected lesson from a visit to Ground Zero.
Satellite technology gives us a hint about inner spiritual dimensions.
The first in a series on ethical lessons from a widely studied section of Talmudic literature.
The world around us renews itself constantly. The most important aspect is learning how to tap into it for yourself.
Most interactions are with people whose private pain is hidden from us. How can we make sure that we do not add to their distress with a harsh word?
We all have negative character traits. What counts is how we use them.
Do you arrive at Rosh Hashanah stunned to discover that you're making the same resolutions as the year before? Here's how to break the pattern.
If I had a magic wand, I'd make my life worry-free. But would that be the best thing for me?
Judaism offers a unique solution to the spiritual dilemma of how to payback God.
We all have moments of positive inspiration. The trick is to capture them for easy access in the future.
To experience God deeply, we must face the undeniable truth that we are hugely indebted to our Creator.
Everybody is enslaved to something. The only question is -- who is your master?
Enlist in an army of good-deed-doers who are ready to change the world -- and the life of a teenage girl.
Passover cleaning can liberate us from our most dangerous enemy -- our fragile egos.
It begins with getting rid of the entitlement attitude, which puts "my rights" ahead of everything else.
What are the most fervent dreams of America's young execs? You are in for a surprise.
We are willing to extend Herculean efforts to save a life, even when the possibility is remote. Why should limiting abortion on demand be any different?
To enjoy the greatest pleasure in life, we need to embrace the half of the glass that's full and the half that's empty.
Boldness and brazenness are two sides of the same coin. What leads to great acts of courage, the other can render great harm. But both can be turned to do good.
Last week, the Dutch Parliament officially legalized what has been common practice in the Netherlands for many years: the killing of patients by doctors.
About two years ago, we had an unplanned growth in our family -- a large cancerous tumor.
"My career was still stuck in neutral. I wasn't working. I wasn't doing anything to get things going either, except blaming my roomate for ruining my life with his success."
How do we face the challenges of these most significant days?
Spouses don't feel alienated from each other because they can't communicate; they feel alienated because all they are communicating is negativity.
Prayer can be difficult. Here are some practical exercises on how to use it to our advantage.