Born and raised in Poland, I assumed my mother’s Holocaust burden.
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Daniel expected his Star of David tattoo to provoke a physical struggle with others. Instead it provoked a spiritual struggle within himself.
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Out of the blue, Efryim Shore became paralyzed from the neck down.
How did a Baptist, country girl like me, raised in the Bible Belt, become an observant Jew?
The ‘Big Bang Theory’ star speaks frankly about her Jewish identity.
She first met him in the ghettos. Now she had only a few minutes before he’d finally reach her.
One child’s determination and the kindness of a stranger. A true story.
A true "Jewish" story from the Titanic's ill-fated voyage.
A close student explains why the Jewish world mourns this great rabbi.
How I discovered the keys to social activism in Latin America, Southeast Asia, and Jerusalem.
Cremating my mother was the worst decision I ever made. How could I make it up to her?
Our history as a family was gone. A vanished empire, with only three orphans left to witness that it had ever been.
The stranger-than-fiction true story of Swami Vijayananda.
A past trauma was silently wreaking havoc on my life.
Medication only removed the pain; attaining happiness was up to me.
A diary written in German unravels a mystery that changes a woman's life.
My brother married a Catholic and abandoned Judaism. I married a Jew and became observant.
Revisiting the most popular articles and videos of the year.
It was 1959, and it was me, a Jewish kid in elementary school, against Gagliano, Stamingo and O’Mera. What chance did I have?
What if living out the dreams of your ancestors keeps you up at night?
Living an observant life is beautiful and it needs to be expressed in an atmosphere of love and respect.
Seventy-five orphan girls in Calcutta taught me the real meaning of thanksgiving.
I grew up with the four H's: Holy Land, Holocaust, Hebrew and Holidays. But it was the fifth H that changed my life.
This Rosh Hashanah, electrify your life with purpose.
I don’t want to be stereotyped as the girl who lost her dad in 9/11.
Elijah the Prophet showed me what it means to be a Jewish princess.
Nancy and Howard Kleinberg's love story is nothing short of a miracle.
I'll never forget the day we found out my father had cancer.
The doctor told me I had a fatal disease, and at age 77 I realized I'm actually going to die.
A Torah scholar who perished in the Holocaust reveals the meaning of spiritual victory to a woman dying from cancer.
Our son nearly died in a car accident. Today we are witnessing the miracle of his recovery.
I have a message for my Korean exchange student, 20 years in the making.