It Ain't Over 'Til It's Passover

This Passover, break free from the ruthless hi-tech servitude.

Roger Keeps on Rolling

A former international theater star now inspires audiences with his transformational story.

Other People's Shoes

Strategies for judging favorably.

Just Pray for It

How to receive your daily needs, and small appliances, too.

Every Human Is Unique

What is relevant to me right now.

Mourning the Loss of a Memory

My grandfather died from Alzheimer's, a disease that nibbled away at his mind like a rat.


Some numbers will never fade away.

Keeping Shabbos in Hollywood

I thought they said, "You'll never work in this town again!" only in old movies.

The Hero Within

Twelve years after contracting Lou Gehrig's Disease, Dr. Rahamim Melamed-Cohen, now totally paralyzed, enjoys a life of productivity -- and love.

Winding Up God

Looking back, that raucous 1970s rock tune had it all wrong.

A Fool Acts Impulsively

Actin like a wise person makes you wiser.

Done Shopping

I thought I needed a new sweater, but what I really needed was a new outlook.

Peering Through the Rainbow

I found my pot o' gold in the place I least expected to.

Why Be Kind

The boomerang effect of kindness.

Grandma's Lesson for Life

A hard-earned lesson about the purpose of life comes suddenly full circle.

Do it Now

The way to actually accomplish.

My Team

My intense relationship with the San Francisco 49ers taught me how to feel a part of the Jewish People.

Helping Others Overcome Worry

Freeing yourself and others from worry.

Monday, Monday

Think you're having a rough day? Think again.

Winning the Race: Ethics of the Fathers, 2:21

In spiritual pursuits, the very act of trying counts as success.

Finding Merit for Others

How can I get the Almighty to Love Me?

Slam Dunking

Three important lessons I learned from basketball.

Torah with Morrie #19: The Completion of Life

It isn't the physical life itself that makes the difference; it is the legacy.

Hippie Chanukah

Amidst the pre-Xmas frenzy, a group of idealistic college students unexpectedly discover Chanukah's quiet illumination.

A Jewish Child on Christmas

My parents succeeded in creating a wonderful Christmas - yet inside me something was amiss.

My Last Line of Defense

How Chanukah kept me Jewish when all else failed.

Coming to Terms

It's not only a baby we're expecting.

Torah with Morrie #18: Avoiding Youth Envy

Appreciating the gifts that old age provides.

Judaism: Opening the Closed Door

From White House Christmas parties to the Tefillin challenge.

Channeling Spiritual Light

How living the commandments empowers you to connect with God and be your true self.

Dealing with Difficult People

Creative solutions that will transform the toughest situations.

The Security of Wisdom: Ethics of the Fathers, 2:19

To understand why we believe what we believe, know how to answer a heretic.

Questioning God

I don't want to live in the question any more. I want to live in the answer.

Ten Don'ts for Kindness

Ten common things to watch out for when performing acts of kindness.

Torah with Morrie #17: Embracing the Aging Process

Respecting elders is more than good manners, it shows what is truly important in life.

Peanut Butter Time

A deadly diagnosis can cut through the fog of petty concerns and yield a striking clarity.


What should have been a joyous time of pregnancy became instead a time of terrible worry and fear, largely because I allowed it to be.

The Relevance of Prayer: Ethics of the Fathers, 2:18

Prayer is more than a response to crisis; it is an exercise in self-reflection and self-evaluation.

Shelter of Faith

Exploring the eternal relevance of Sukkot and mitzvot in general.

Mastering Joy

Your thought patterns determine whether you will be joyful or miserable.

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