Made In the Image of God

Judaism gave the world the belief that that there is one infinite Creator of the universe Who is the Father of all humanity, regardless of the color of one’s skin.

The Nazi in Harvard’s Midst

Senior Nazi official Ernst Hansfstaengl attended his 25th Harvard reunion in 1934, despite his Nazi ties.

The Antidote to Bigotry and Hatred

A rabbi's acts of kindness and respect make a surprising impact decades later.

Facebook is Radicalizing Us

Jewish tradition shows us how to resist.

Embrace Your Mask

Besides the health benefits, there is another upside that could help us create a warmer, more inclusive community.

A Life Full of Uncertainty

How to navigate the waters knowing we don't have control.

A Black Jew’s Advice on Combating Racism

Growing up as a black Orthodox Jew in Chicago, Lev Perlow witnessed racism first-hand.

Outrage over Floyd's Murder Doesn't Justify Intersectional Myths

Jews share the pain of those who protest racism. But extremists who link this crime to Israel's efforts to defend itself against Palestinian terror are spreading a big lie.

Indecent Cops, Indecent Rioters

The killing of George Floyd was intolerable. So is the mayhem.

Pain, Horror and Fear in Minneapolis

The shock of seeing our quiet city become ground zero for a jarring, horrific abuse of power, launching violent protests across the country.

Rioting and Shul Vandalism

The murder in Minnesota is horrific. It's shocking to me that that level of police racism, abuse and brutality still exists. Unfortunately, the reaction is no way to right the wrong.

How Do I Get the Love I Need?

I love my husband but he is so distant and uncaring.

Three Talks about Death You Should Have Now

It’s necessary to talk to your rabbi, your doctor, and to your children.

New York City Serenade

Blowing my shofar to our suffering city from my balcony.

Getting Farfed

Having your plans or hopes actively and unjustly thwarted and defeated in a travesty of justice.

The Power of a Hug

What have you missed the most during this terrible time of quarantine and self-isolation?

Look 4 the Good

The pandemic has shown that we can help each other in a crisis. How can we make our unity last.

My Sister is Starving Herself to Death

A toxic combination of a severe eating disorder and a spouse's fear and denial.

Perseverance: NASA’s Mars Project and Preparing for Shavuot

Perseverance is what will bring us to Mars this summer. And it's the crucial trait we need for our spiritual journey as well.

Running Uphill

Sometimes running uphill is the only way to see the view.

Rethinking “Achievement” in the Pandemic Era

Quarantine has reminded us that our lives are measured not so much by what we sell or build, but by what we give of ourselves to family, friends, and community.

Dump Your To-Do List

And record your daily successes on a “done list” instead.

COVID-19: Conspiracy Theories and Anti-Semitism

Like the Black Death, some people are scapegoating the Jews for the coronavirus.

When the Quarantine Is Over

A meaningful insight derived from the etymology of the word “quarantine.”

Eli Beer's COVID-19 Miracle

How the head of United Hatzalah nearly died and rallied back.

When Hand-Washing was Too Radical for its Time

Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis, the first doctor who urged hand-washing, faced ridicule and adversity for his ideas.

Gift of Life: Lifesaving Quest to Harvest Plasma of COVID-19 Survivors

Two observant Jews pool their efforts to bring antibody-rich, potentially lifesaving convalescent plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients to others in desperate need.

Advice on Combating Loneliness from Leading Expert

Dr. Steven Cole offers important advice for the pandemic era.

Holocaust Sand Art

Ilana Yahav's moving sand drawing of the most horrific period in Jewish history.

Yom HaShoah Global Day of Testimony

Live interviews and documentaries of survivors throughout the day, along with guest speakers and virtual trips for the whole family.

Working from Home During COVID19

Effective strategies for maintaining balance.

Thank You Tyler Perry

Thank God, there are angels all around us, even during a pandemic.

Corona Tension in the Home

Lockdown is putting every marriage to the test.

Israeli Captive's Matzah in Syrian Prison

A timely reminder that after much pain and bitterness come freedom and hope.

If You Want To Travel: A Music Video for These Times

If you want to be alive, if you want to be human, you 've got to give.

Doctors on the Front Lines Battling Covid-19

Four Jewish doctors describe their experiences battling Covid-19.

After the Plague: From I to We

The shared hell of WWII changed Britain for the better. Coronavirus will do the same.

Jewish Teen Running World's Most Popular Coronavirus Website

An Aish.com interview with 17-year-old whiz kid Avi Schiffman, the brains behind a popular website tracking Covid-19.

The Song of the Fish

Plunge to the ocean’s depths and listen to its song.

A Holocaust Survivor in Quarantine

During WWII I hid in order to save my life. The quarantine rules are also meant to save lives.

AishLive Classes, Free Online Courses and Coronavirus Coverage

Aish.com Coronavirus Coverage and more, updated regularly.

Shakespeare and the Plague

Some of Shakespeare’s greatest works were written while he was quarantined.

Interview with CDC’s Dr. Anne Schuchat

The principal deputy director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is laser-focused on COVID-19.

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