The 10 Commandments for Personal Growth

My personal reflection on the 10 Commandments as they help navigate life’s trials and challenges.

After Breast Cancer: Time to Sing a New Song

Prayer, love and community helped me through cancer.

50 Years Later: Woodstock’s Powerful Lesson of Love and Kindness

My sister and I joined half a million other baby boomers at Yasgur's farm. Little did I know how it would unexpectedly change my life.

PODCAST: Who Am I to Judge?

Dina Coopersmith talks about our instinct to judge others and how to reframe what irritates us about them.

Seeing God in Tragedy

The doctor called us directly. Something was wrong.

Letters from My Great-Grandmother

Inspired by Bubbe Esther’s piety, I ventured to the Ukrainian shtetls where she lived and perished in 1941.

The Preacher who Taught Me How to Mourn for the Temple

My life-transforming moment in a remote village in Nicaragua.

Rabbis Can Run

The only thing between who you are now and who you want to be is the pain you are willing to endure.

Word by Word: Rebuilding Together During the 9 Days

From now to Tisha B'Av, let's commit to being careful in how we speak to each other.

PODCAST: Why Are We Here?

Rabbi Yom Tov Glaser on how to maximize our purpose and fulfillment.

How to Build Healthy Self-Esteem

4 approaches that can help to raise self-esteem.

A Magic Trick in Auschwitz

For Werner Reich. magic sparked a crumb of hope during the Holocaust.

Why Successful People Still Feel Inadequate

Conquering that inner voice that whispers you're not worthy.

FaceApp: What You’ll Look Like 50 Years from Now

No app can really predict what you will look like in 50 years, because you haven’t finished creating it.

Roger Federer, Tom Brady and the Agony of Defeat

Why the cliché is true: it's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game.

Finding God in the Darkness

On display in Har Nof, the unconquerable strength of the Jewish people in the face of their adversaries.

The Moon: 7 Jewish Facts

The moon is central in Jewish tradition.

The Jewish Artist in Iran's Royal Palace

A talented artist, Raphael Nouril became close to the Shah of Iran. Painting the Lubavitcher Rebbe changed the course of his life.

When Doctors are Wrong: Lessons from the NICU

"Your baby is very sick." How I got through my life's most difficult challenge.

Pilates: Don’t Drop the Ball

Sometimes the lightest objects can become unbearable burdens. It's all about how we carry that ball.

Earthquake: Shaken Up in LA

The earthquake has ended, but the jumble of feelings that it engendered have not.

The Jewish Wife I Never Knew I Had

With the help of Aish.com’s Live Chat, David Cohen's remarkable Jewish journey included surprises no one saw coming.

It’s Not Him, It’s Me

Transform external challenges into internal ones.

The Rage Less Traveled

A terror attack left Kay Wilson with multiple machete wounds. She continues to courageously fight back.

Why Am I So Angry? How to Transform Difficult Feelings

Every feeling has a powerful lesson to teach us something important about who we are.

Where Do Good and Evil Come From?

If there is no God, who then determines what is right and what is wrong?

Juggling the Five Balls of Life

The key to a richer, happier life is balancing these five aspects of our life.

Of Margaritas and Modesty

Attending a Catholic college has put my Jewish identity to the test.

Five Habits of Happy People

How to train your mind to be positive.

After Their Son’s Death, Parents Help Thousands of Families to Fight Cancer

After their son’s death from leukemia, Chaim and Miri Ehrental created Zichron Menachem to provide essential support to Israeli families affected by cancer.

Judaism’s Unique Claim: National Revelation

Why is Judaism the only religion in the world that claims God revealed Himself to an entire nation?

5 Success Habits of High Performers

What makes the billionaires, top artists, greatest athletes and other high achievers stand out from the pack?

Listening to Difficult Emotions

When we face reality no matter how uncomfortable or scary, we feel alive, stronger, and more at peace.

8 Things I Wish I Knew at My Graduation

Practical wisdom for life, whether you’re just graduating or not.

Israeli Prisoner of War in Syria

Noah Hertz was shot down during the Yom Kippur War in 1973. His agonizing eight-month imprisonment sparked his journey back to Judaism.

To Touch a Heart

An American soldier in Afghanistan defines true heroism.

Grief, Kindness and a Little Bit of Mr. Rogers

Kindness is the real antidote for Grief’s poison.

I Want What She Has

Whether it’s cookies or cars, jealousy is a lifelong battle.

Tetris and Wiring Your Brain for Positivity

The more we seek good, the more we will automatically see good.

Navy Seal’s 3 Keys to Freedom: Discipline, Humility and Extreme Ownership

Jocko Willink, Navy Seal (Ret.) and best-selling author, offers some hard-learned, practical advice. You better listen.

Rejection Letters to Famous Authors

Even J.K. Rowling was told to give up writing. But she realized that the only path to success is through failure.

Doing This for 3 Minutes a Day has Changed My Life

When is the last time you sat still with no technology, without talking, listening, watching, or reading something?

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