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Every Note Counts

Every Note Counts

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Ever feel like nobody notices you? Think again.

No Magic Wand

No Magic Wand

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I wanted faith without duties, a God that provided not only the cure but also the motivation.

Fissures

Fissures

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I've lost my connection to the past, and no matter how much time passes, there is a crevice in my heart.

Our Landlord, the Rabbi

Our Landlord, the Rabbi

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Renting Rabbi Shmuel Orenstein's NYC apartment changed our lives.

A Woman of Strength

A Woman of Strength

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Mrs. Rose Gibber taught me the importance of protecting the dignity of people, even an obnoxious kid like me.

Searching for My Lost Tribe

Searching for My Lost Tribe

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It never occurred to me that it was right under my nose.

Going, Going, Gone

Going, Going, Gone

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Why I said goodbye to baseball.

Good Shabbos, Dad

Good Shabbos, Dad

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Being raised as a rather non-religious Jew, I'm often asked what it's like to have orthodox parents.

Feeling God's Love

Feeling God's Love

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My brush with death opened my eyes to the reality of God’s love.

From Jesus to Judaism

From Jesus to Judaism

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A Jewish woman's journey through Christianity and back.

From Marx to Moses

From Marx to Moses

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Discovering a utopian world.

Touching Bedrock

Touching Bedrock

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Kirk Douglas reconnects with Judaism – deep underground.

In Search of a Kidney

In Search of a Kidney

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What are the odds of winning the jackpot… twice?

Zacharia’s Beautiful Mystery

Zacharia’s Beautiful Mystery

The worldwide release of a hot new CD – right here on Aish.com.

The Blue Mezuzah

The Blue Mezuzah

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Never underestimate the power of a grandmother's heartfelt prayer.

The Nazi and his Jewish Grandchildren

The Nazi and his Jewish Grandchildren

by Dr. James David Weiss

My father took a leading role in the slaughter of Jews. Was our family tainted with evil?

My Life's Miracle

My Life's Miracle

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A car accident almost left me paralyzed.

Gestating Miracles

Gestating Miracles

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How could something so joyous be draped in such fear?

Jews Don't Bow

Jews Don't Bow

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Little did I know that the source of my chutzpah reached back thousands of years, to Mordechai.

Modern Miracles

Modern Miracles

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Coincidence is God's way of choosing to remain anonymous.

Distorted Mirrors

Distorted Mirrors

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When food becomes a lethal weapon.

Saved

Saved

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A young Jewish man gets ensnared in the welcoming community of Messianic Jews.

Escape from Flatland

Escape from Flatland

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How to access the spiritual dimension.

The Truth about Lemons

The Truth about Lemons

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My father is sick and I'm completely powerless. Now what?

Loving the Father I Hate

Loving the Father I Hate

by Katie Daniel

God didn't ask the impossible of me, only the incredibly difficult.

Aish.com's Top 10 of the Decade

Aish.com's Top 10 of the Decade

by Aish.com

A look at some of the most popular Aish.com articles and videos of the decade.

Chanukah Lights Dancing

Chanukah Lights Dancing

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Chanukah's tiny lights brazenly face the night's bitter challenge, transforming fear into a soft caress of hope.

Chanukah in Iowa

Chanukah in Iowa

by Miriam Meir

I was the only Jewish child in the auditorium, and sometimes felt I was the only Jewish girl in the entire world.

When It's Too Late to Say Thank You

When It's Too Late to Say Thank You

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Alzheimer's has turned my mother into a stranger.

The Jew from Kuwait

The Jew from Kuwait

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My Muslim background left me unprepared for this shocking discovery.

A Taste of Heaven

A Taste of Heaven

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An incredible Jerusalem family brings the beauty of Shabbat to the world.

Losing My Brother

Losing My Brother

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The death of my brother caused my little world to come crashing down.

Holy Chutzpah

Holy Chutzpah

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Remembering Simcha Esther Gershan.

Ten Thousand to One

Ten Thousand to One

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Through our child's cancer, we're learning that God is beyond all odds.

Holding God's Hand

Holding God's Hand

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Looking the Angel of Death in the eye and smiling.

Invincible

Invincible

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Sukkot and Judaism's bailout plan.

Craving

Craving

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In the non-kosher deli section, my father taught me that "If it feels good, do it" is a lie.

My Jewish Pride

My Jewish Pride

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All I knew about being Jewish was that we were anti-establishment.

Three Steps Back

Three Steps Back

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On being a tourist in the land of the disabled.

A Place for the Light

A Place for the Light

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Sometimes the wrong way gets you to the right destination.

Keep on Singing

Keep on Singing

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Look carefully at the quiet miracles happening all around you.

Things Fall Apart - A note from the Author

Things Fall Apart - A note from the Author

My descent into madness.

The Sounds of Silence

The Sounds of Silence

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Confronting the frightening reality of a hearing impairment.

The Maccabiah's Ripple Effect

The Maccabiah's Ripple Effect

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For one Hungarian family, being Jewish was a curse. Then basketball changed everything.

Soul Existence

Soul Existence

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Attacked by a dog, a young girl starts questioning reality.

Losing Ben

Losing Ben

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A grieving grandfather, an overwhelmed father and wrestling with God.

The Making of a Capitalistic Pig

The Making of a Capitalistic Pig

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Growing up in the Soviet Union, I felt there was something shameful about being Jewish.

Kaddish with Oprah

Kaddish with Oprah

by Simcha Jacobovici

Need a minyan? Nothing is too complicated for the Oprah show.

My Trauma of Divorce

My Trauma of Divorce

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Divorce feels like the death of something once so precious and dear.

Ivy League Trap

Ivy League Trap

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It seemed like the right thing to do. But whose idea was it?

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