God didn't ask the impossible of me, only the incredibly difficult.
A look at some of the most popular Aish.com articles and videos of the decade.
Amanda's Gran and I had shared a moment of understanding – not as friends, nor as adversaries, but as Jew and Gentile.
Chanukah's tiny lights brazenly face the night's bitter challenge, transforming fear into a soft caress of hope.
I was the only Jewish child in the auditorium, and sometimes felt I was the only Jewish girl in the entire world.
Alzheimer's has turned my mother into a stranger.
My Muslim background left me unprepared for this shocking discovery.
The death of my brother caused my little world to come crashing down.
Through our child's cancer, we're learning that God is beyond all odds.
In the non-kosher deli section, my father taught me that "If it feels good, do it" is a lie.
All I knew about being Jewish was that we were anti-establishment.
My descent into madness.
For one Hungarian family, being Jewish was a curse. Then basketball changed everything.
Everyone dies, some sooner than later. It's how we choose to live our lives that matters.
Growing up in the Soviet Union, I felt there was something shameful about being Jewish.
What if living out the dreams of your ancestors keeps you up at night?
The reward of saving one life. A true story from the Holocaust.
An interview with Rabbi Noah Weinberg, of blessed memory.
Something was missing, which turned out to be myself
I was like a wind-up toy going a mile a minute, until one day I fell off the table.
Rivka Wiesenfeld was a selfless dynamo who used every ounce of energy to give to others.
Like the Purim miracle, God's intervention turned our worst fears to joy.
One German mother's extraordinary response to the Holocaust.
On the front lines with an IDF rabbi.
Aish.com looks back at some of the most popular articles of the year.
My evangelical coach made me discover what it means to be a Jew.
Lavi Greenspan lost his sight at age 26. The last thing he wants is for you to feel sorry for him.
How volunteering in a remote part of the world profoundly impacted my Jewish identity.
Yesterday I prayed for a clear head and a productive work day. Instead, my baby lost consciousness and stopped breathing.
Our seemingly insignificant actions are part of a cosmic symphony.
Despite time and space being relative, our ability to try is a constant.
The author addresses some of the many comments regarding his struggle with homosexuality.
Do I try to find the hidden meaning in my life at this moment or pretend that I'm free to give up?
People who do great things become great people.