You Won’t Believe What This Man Did for His Competitor

A great example of what it really means to have faith in God.

Saying Goodbye to Mom when I was Only 13

I was the oldest of 8 kids. Needless to say, it wasn’t easy.

3 Keys to Being Happy

Stop pursuing it and start experiencing it.

Amar’e Stoudemire’s All-Star Move: Converting to Judaism

The basketball superstar’s spiritual journey is taking him to live a life of Torah.

Out of the Whirlwind

The death of my brother threw me into a maelstrom of grief and questioning. But something surprising emerged from all the chaos.

Nagasaki and Holocaust Survivors: An Unlikely Love Story

Through faith and courage, John and Sonja Franken’s love was meant to be.

Five Motivational Quotes

And their underlying Jewish values.

Coming Full Circle: An Incredible True Story

When Rabbi Amman was left alone burying a man he never met in a cemetery in Staten Island, he never imagined how much divine intervention was really at play.

Shabbat Cures My Loneliness

In today's lonely world, Shabbat keeps us connected.

Do God and Science Conflict?

Can you believe in God and science?

Navigating the Stormy Seas of Faith

The death of my beloved 3-year-old neighbor challenged my faith in God.

PODCAST: Low Self-Esteem, Relationships, and Healing

Chana Studley’s post-Hollywood career in counseling and redefining low self-esteem.

Happiness and Adar

The greatest joy in life is knowing God is always there.

Tidying Up with Marie Kondo

The Japanese cleaning whiz helped me stop feeling like a slave to my possessions.

Tehinot: Forgotten History of Jewish Women's Prayers

Personal and poetic, these Yiddish prayers, often written by Jewish women , are among the least-known but most beautiful of Jewish prayers.

My Resilient Jewish Soul

In a dysfunctional home in the Bible Belt, a young woman discovers she’s Jewish.

Tension in the Doctor’s Office

Connecting to the simple power of generosity.

MAGA Teen & the Confrontation on the National Mall

Let’s try and get past fear and hatred and foster empathy for one another instead.

Mustering the Courage to Pray to God

My relationship with God was on rocky ground when I heard about young mother who needed our prayers.

10 Life Lessons from Trees

Wisdom for living, garnered from the trees and fruits of Israel.

Tu B'Shvat: Trees or Fruits?

We make a living by what we get. But we make a life by what we give.

The Giving Tree: A Tu B’Shvat Insight

The holiday of trees celebrates the essence of life and Creation: giving.

The Miraculous Relationship Between the Jewish People & the Land of Israel

Can land really have some kind of direct relationship with the people living on it?

Rabbi Noah Weinberg’s 7 Daily Questions

In honor of Rabbi Weinberg’s 10th yahrzeit, spend some time answering the following 7 questions.

How Rabbi Noah Weinberg’s Warmth and Wisdom Reached This Confused Jew

I am one among so many who have benefitted from his wisdom, dedication and love for Judaism and his fellow man.

The View from Heaven: An Interview with Rabbi Noah Weinberg, obm

A heavenly reporter’s discussion with Rabbi Weinberg about his unique perspective on the world, his legacy, and the Jewish People.

How a Prayer Book Saved an Israeli Soldier’s Life

Moshe Kamara’s remarkable true story from the War of Independence.

Preparing for Death

8 things you can do now to avoid compounding your family’s pain later.

The Miracle of Jewish History

As David Ben-Gurion said, "For a Jew to be a realist, you have to believe in miracles."

Treasuring the Details

Love means paying attention to the details.

Four Vital Lessons from Tara Westover’s Educated

Insights from the popular memoir on the challenges in discovering who we are meant to be.

Saying No to Cremation

We should not do to ourselves what our enemies have done to us – to burn the last remnant and reminder of people we loved.

The Muslim Spy who Became a Jew

Avraham Sinai’s incredible true story.

Letter to My Cremated Father

I hope this open letter does you honor. Let no one imagine for a moment that you meant anything less to me than the earthly manifestation of divine love.

What is Faith in God?

Orit Esther Riter explains the Jewish concept of emuna and how it is the key to overcoming our challenges.

Positivity Gone Viral: Maybe Social Media Isn't All Bad

Two inspiring stories show us how to harness the power of social media.

When James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke Saved a Life

How James and The Red Hot Chili Peppers came to the rescue. An insider’s story.

Eclipsed: Poland's Secret Jews

I was raised in Warsaw as a Catholic Pole. Today I have embraced my Jewish identity.

The Shema: Why We Cover Our Eyes

I discovered the answer when our baby was rushed to the hospital with a life-threatening emergency.

Coping with Grief

Allowing yourself to feel and express the pain is essential to healing.

Eight Habits of Emotionally Healthy People

They don’t beat themselves up after reading this article.

Podcast: Praying in My Own Words vs. the Prayer Book

Rabbi Menachem Nissel explains the benefits of informal and formal prayer

Hanukkah and the Soul

Indispensable to the Jewish worldview is the idea that humans are unique, that we possess a spiritual component and that our actions are freely chosen.

4 Misconceptions People Have about Judaism

Clearing the air on some of these misconceptions will help you discover what Judaism is really about.

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