The Many Faces of Addiction

Don’t shun the addict. Embrace the human being struggling with addiction.

Fight Antisemitism by Pushing Away Darkness

We call need to become ambassadors of light.

The Last Liberator of Auschwitz

David Dushman, a Jewish soldier for the Red Army who drove his tank through the electric fence at Auschwitz, has died.

Antisemitism in America

When Jews are attacked in America's streets, who speaks out?

UFOs and Jews Living on a Different Planet

Judaism's differing views on the possibility of life on other planets and how some Jews are living in an alternative universe.

Why The World Hates The Jews

Recent events in Israel show that antisemitism is rife not just in Gaza, Akko, and Jerusalem but in the civilized capitals of the world. Why won't anti-Semitism go away?

Jewish Woman Photographing Resistance Fighters

Faye Schulman’s photographs are a rare glimpse into the life of Jewish partisan fighters during World War II.

Small Acts, Cosmic Implications

The camera is always on. You never know which small deed you do that can have cosmic implications.

Cancelling 'Anti-Semitism'

Why dropping the hyphen in 'anti-Semitism' is actually a big deal.

Covid and Our Mental Health

Now, more than ever, we need to educate ourselves about mental health issues.

Let's All Implement the 10 and 5 Rule

Whenever you are within 10 feet of someone, make eye contact and smile. When you’re within 5 feet, say hello. A simple way to make a dramatic difference.

My Nazi Grandfather Was No Hero

Lithuania patriots claim my grandfather could not really have wanted to kill Jews; he must have been forced to do so. I believe they are in denial.

Hassidic Woman on NY Hate Crime Panel

After her son was brutally murdered, Devorah Halberstam began a crusade against hate.

Antisemitism and Four Travesties of Justice

Four examples – Paris, Wuppertal, Saint-Nicolas, and Oslo – where the legal process failed Jews, failed justice, and failed common sense.

Religion in America is Fading

But true believers are everywhere.

Ordinary People are Capable of Unspeakable Evil

We counter evil with goodness, hatred with kindness, fear with courage and falseness with truth.

Changing a Tire for a Stranger

An act of kindness performed by two yeshiva students goes viral.

Prince Philip’s Mother Saved Jews during the Holocaust

Husband to the Queen for 74 years, Prince Philip was deeply proud of his mother, Princess Alice of Greece who was recognized as one of the Righteous Among the Nations.

When My Husband Lost his Job

Lessons from the dark pit of financial insecurity.

Bombs Over Germany: A Passover Video

Although you may not be able to change your situation, you can choose greatness within your situation.

The Portuguese Consul who Disobeyed Orders to Save Jewish Lives

Aristidies De Sousa Mendes paid a heavy price for his moral courage.

The Passovr Weeknd: Aish.com Passover Music Video

Guess who's coming to the Passover seder this year?

The Fifth Child at Your Seder? The One Who Isn’t There

This Passover, take the first step towards ending estrangement within your family.

One of the Most Significant Defenses of Free Speech in American History

An 1860 speech by Frederick Douglass, a leader of the abolitionist movement, takes on cancel culture.

Cancel Culture: Is Banning the Bible Next?

When they're done with their work then a wasteland you'll see, Not a book will be standing, and not a movie.

Profit with Purpose

How do we find the place where the two intersect? And which one should we focus on first?

Three Trailblazing Jewish Women

These women are working to make a difference in their communities – and the world.

Why You’ve Never Heard of This Man

There’s a good reason why you never heard of Yehoshua Zvi Hershkowitz.

Your Best Investment: Judaism’s Financial Advice

Judaism’s system to protect your wealth and ensure your return on your investment.

Seeing Truth in a Complex World

It starts by training your eye to see the good.

I Am Not Just a Porn Addict

A frank, personal account of addiction, struggle and recovery. Reader discretion is advised.

Healing Division: The Jewish People's Strength

Like today, the Jews were disunited in the time of Haman. Queen Esther understood our victory depends on being united.

Rabbi Blech on the Pandemic's First Anniversary

Purim masks and face masks: Looking forward to when masks stop concealing God's presence, nor be required by a soon-to-be conquered pandemic.

My Father, My Hero

My father didn’t hate God for what he had lost and didn’t abandon the Judaism in which he had been reared. On the contrary, he deepened it.

The Orthodox Jewish Government Official Falsely Accused of Dual Loyalty

Anne Neuberger is in charge of cybersecurity for the Biden Administration.

California Is Cleansing Jews From History

The state’s proposed new ethnic studies curriculum is even worse than you imagined.

Collecting Crumbs: How to Become Wealthy

Some become wealthy by making a ton of money overnight. Others gain wealth by collecting the small, seemingly insignificant things.

The Nazi Sympathizer in Georgia

My encounter at a military museum left me shaken, confused and alarmed.

Larry King's Enormous Heart

Behind the glitz of Hollywood, Larry was a kind, caring soul who recognized his Jewish roots and used his fame to help the Jewish people.

50 Violinists from 50 States, One Big Thank You

Expressing our profound gratitude to healthcare workers through the language of art.

The Dark Spell of Social Media: A Review of The Social Dilemma

Former Big Tech insiders reveal what made them turn against the powerful platforms they helped create and promote.

When Grief Walks In

Coming to grips with the death of my father.

New Senator Holds Great-Grandparents' Immigration Papers

Sen. Jon Ossoff brought his great grandparents’ Ellis Island documents to his inauguration.

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