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His name is Nissim – which means miracles in Hebrew. An apt description of his life.
Am I talking to a wall? And doesn’t God already know what I need?
We all want to live in a world where goodness triumphs over evil.
Spending three days with non-religious Israelis, I discovered surprising things about them, and myself.
Monty Hall’s best deal changed his life.
Learning about the Holocaust is a great first step. Don't stop there.
Choosing more than one valedictorian gets wrong the value of equality.
Should I let my teenaged son hang out with his friends or should I insist on a plan?
Should you wait for a sleeping patient to wake up?
I knew I possessed super powers. I just had to sort through the baggage of a few generations to find them.
Life is about change and growth, no matter how old you are.
The death of 12-year-old Shoshie Stern reveals her parents’ spiritual greatness.
Even though my parents divorced, my father always played a crucial role in my life.
Thoughts on lighting the 20th yartzeit candle.
Sometimes our advice is not only wrong, it’s hurtful.
How do I assess when things are stuck, versus moving slowly forward?
For starters: there’s no such thing as bashert.
Three practical steps to help you find your soul mate.
What can happen when we see everything as being fully within our grasp and under our control.
The Bible's major role in the creation of the United States and its democracy.
Seven remarkable milestones that defy historical patterns and fulfill ancient prophecies.
Practical and relevant insights on the weekly parsha.
Advanced-level midrashic and Kabbalistic illuminations on the weekly parsha.
Lessons, stories and discussion questions for parents and kids.
The meaning behind the tears.
The Jewish national period of mourning.
A 22-page thought-provoking compendium of insights and inspiration
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A fascinating overview capturing the meaning of the holiday.
Chasidic Israeli filmmaker Rama Burshtein’s new film tells the fascinating story of a Chassidic family in Tel Aviv – almost as fascinating as Rama Burshtein’s own story.
Has anyone who’s against the NSA’s policy of phone and email tapping come up with a better way to find terrorists?
Is there value in still knowing Yiddish today?
A short video for Father's Day.
How to tap into your potential.
A peaceful way to stop Iran.
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