A Girl Called Estherke

The reward of saving one life. A true story from the Holocaust.

Earthquake: Shaken Up in LA

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

Does God Love Dogs?

Some Jewish insights on animals.

The Rage Less Traveled

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

Juggling the Five Balls of Life

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

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?

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.

Of Margaritas and Modesty

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

To Touch a Heart

An American soldier in Afghanistan defines true heroism.

Tetris and Wiring Your Brain for Positivity

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

The Blessings of Unanswered Prayers

Is there a prayer expiration date? Was breathing a passing grade?

5 Success Habits of High Performers

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

Judaism’s Unique Claim: National Revelation

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

Grief, Kindness and a Little Bit of Mr. Rogers

Kindness is the real antidote for Grief’s poison.

Listening to Difficult Emotions

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

I Want What She Has

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

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.

God Loves the Brokenhearted

Shlomo Dror has lived two lives: one before the suicide of his son, and one after.

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.

Six Famous Questions from the Torah

Powerful questions which ring just as true today as when they were first uttered.

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?

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.

How to be a Kindness Superhero

Are you emulating Arthur or the Almighty?

Ziv Shilon’s Indomitable Spirit

The wounded Israeli soldier symbolizes the country’s resilience and strength.

My Five Weeks with Cancer

Everything I need, I have. Everything I have, I need.

PODCAST: Are You There, God? It’s Me, Praying

Dina Coopersmith on the dynamics of prayer and knowing that God is listening.

Why I Won’t be Observing Yom HaShoah this Year

For children of Holocaust survivors, every single day is Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Why the Omer?: The Secret to Spiritual Growth

The deeper connection between counting the omer and the manna from heaven.

When Sadie Got Lost

Our rescue dog vanished far from home. My wife was convinced she’d miraculously return. I was skeptical, to put it mildly.

The Miracle of the Red Sea in Our Lives

How God lets us know that the events of our lives are not haphazard coincidence.

Splitting Your Sea

Life is not about the calm. It’s about the waves.

The Angel from Westchester

A moving story about divine providence, a convert and dancing with an angel.

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