Certainty and Doubt: Ethics of the Fathers, 3:23

Only through uncertainty can we ever find our way to wisdom.

Corner the Market

Pick one mitzvah you're going to do to the ultimate.

Giving Thanks

Lincoln's original proclamation was a tribute to the Almighty.


Why do we focus on the spaces in our lives instead of the abundance?

Emergency Room

Yesterday I prayed for a clear head and a productive work day. Instead, my baby lost consciousness and stopped breathing.

My Painful Path to Happiness

I was a real monster and needed to change, fast.

Matchmaker! Matchmaker!

Make the effort. After all, you're just the messenger.

The White Fedora

Our seemingly insignificant actions are part of a cosmic symphony.

A Friend Indeed

Four steps to helping a friend.

Einstein's Regret

Despite time and space being relative, our ability to try is a constant.

Dream Girl

I had a dream and because I'm a kid, I wasn't afraid to take risks and try to make it happen.

The Roots of Wisdom: Ethics of the Fathers, 3:22

The preservation of scholarship requires the fertile soil of virtue.

The Contortionist

Yogi Laser, the conveyer of light.

Being Angry at God

God has big shoulders; He can take it.

Delete Forever

Yom Kippur enables us to wipe out our soul spam.

I Deserve

Why do so many kids cry at their own birthday party?

What Else Is There?

Do I try to find the hidden meaning in my life at this moment or pretend that I'm free to give up?

My Neighbors, My Heroes, Part 2

People who do great things become great people.

Our Job As Parents

Director, supervisor, and consultant.


Nobody's perfect. God understands that. Let's try to understand that too.

Music of the Heart

Yona Yacobowicz transforms her turbulent life into song.

Time for Change

The American elections and Rosh Hashana.

My Husband's Story

Walking across the Sinai desert and running out of water.

Searching for Superman

I knew I possessed super powers. I just had to sort through the baggage of a few generations to find them.

Positive Psychology and Judaism

What the most popular Harvard professor has to say about your happiness.

Speak Nicely

Audi Weitz has a few things she wants to tell the world.

The House Always Wins

When one spouse is more committed Jewishly than the other.

Early Existential Perceptions

Back on that lonely, star-filled night when I was eight years old, I felt that everything was rotten and nobody cared.

Applying "The Last Lecture"

If you had one last lecture to give before you died, what would it be?

Batman vs. the Joker: Hope vs. Destruction

Can the world be redeemed?

I am My Choices

Choose better thoughts, words and actions.

Contemplating Divorce

Divorce is like amputation -- it's only done when the marriage is killing you.

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