And the Oscar goes to Mordechai…. and you!
Sometimes one inch can lead to a mile. Purim shows us how.
Brendan Marrocco lost all four limbs in Iraq. He has a lot to teach us about living with joy.
A powerful message from a Jewish Baltimore Ravens fan.
I am living proof that you can change your negative self-image.
A touching, surprisingly humorous speech from a quadriplegic in competition with Superman.
A free, 24-page ebook tackling one of life's toughest challenges.
An inspiring message to carry with you into the darkness of winter.
The epic battle of a young warrior trying to stop himself from eating the Hanukkah doughnuts.
Miracles do sometimes happen. Based on a true story. A timely Hanukkah message.
A police officer’s private act of kindness becomes a web sensation.
Ideas for bringing Jewish values into your celebration.
Meters away from fulfilling his dream of being the youngest Israeli to reach the summit, Nadav chose to do something even greater.
Why did Hurricane Sandy suddenly turn average citizens into heroes?
Are you on the path to attain true success?
How to drop unresolved anger and find inner peace and emotional balance.
“Remember the tenth of December!” the old man said, pointing a warning finger at me.
If I could fix a bike, who knows what else I’m capable of doing but have been too afraid to try.
I am fighting a war on three fronts: physical health, emotional stability, and spiritual well-being. Here are my strategies.
Are you letting resentments live in your head, rent-free?
My mother doesn’t do jet-lag. And this Rosh Hashanah I realized I don’t have to do a lot of negative habits.
In a matter of minutes, I went from feeling hero to fool.
Strengthening our spiritual muscles as preparation for Rosh Hashanah.
Defying spiritual gravity – the force of habit, mental inertia, toxic negative thinking.
Take advantage of every moment and be a champion at whatever you aspire to do.
Ever since my husband was diagnosed with cancer, losing weight seems shockingly frivolous.
Rebuilding the temple in Jerusalem – and within ourselves.
With Tisha B’Av approaching, we can strive to make things right by using our words to build, not destroy.