Set Your Egg Timer to 6 Months

How would you live your life if you knew you had just six more months to live?

Three Responses to Coronavirus

Now is the time to strengthen the three pillars the world is standing upon.

God is Not in Quarantine

Seeing God everywhere, even during this crisis.

Coronavirus Quarantine: 6 Ways to Stay Positive

How to stay sane and healthy if you're in quarantine.

When Greatness Knocks, Open the Door

Queen Esther's rise to greatness is applicable to everyone's life.

Purim: How to Live a Happy and Meaningful Life

The 4 mitzvot of Purim teach us 4 steps to increasing happiness.

Individuality, Conformity and Being Jewish

There are no clones in God’s world.

The Zamboni Driver who Made NHL History

Ready or not, at some point in your life the Big Leagues come calling and you've got to get into the game.

Happiness and Adar

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

The Happy Month of Adar

Happiness doesn't come to you, it comes from you.

Proactive or Reactive: What Kind of Life are You Leading?

Answering these 8 questions will give you the answer.

Are You Sitting Down?

When the unexpected happens.

Dandelion: Flower Versus Weed

When we embrace both the flaws and the beauty, we discover that some things in life are both flower and weed.

Tu B'Shvat: Three inspiring Messages

Learning wisdom from the trees.

10 Life Lessons from Trees

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

After Losing the Love of Your Life: Rabbi Ahron Hoch on Life after Death

Tools for coping and moving forward in the face of pain.

5 Steps for Personal Growth

How to get out of neutral and back into high gear.

Kobe Bryant: Inspiring Quotes

The NBA legend was a leader known for his relentless work ethic.

PODCAST: When Life Hands You Lemons

Debbie Hirsch on improvising our way through challenges and fears.

My Bowl of Forgiveness

Where joy and forgiveness mingle with hope.

Losing the Love of Your Life: My Dialogue with Rabbi Ahron Hoch

Diagnosed with stage-4 cancer, the indomitable Faigy Hoch died 10 months later, leaving a gaping hole for her husband, family and community. Her light continues to shine.

PODCAST: Winter Blues versus Depression

Dr. Jacob Freedman on detecting and treating depression.

God's Unconditional Love: A Meditation

Imagine being loved so deeply that every part of you is known, cherished and held.

Face Your Bears

How Effie Eitam survived his encounter with a grizzly bear in the wilderness.

6 Lessons Celebrities Taught Me

I used to be a celebrity interviewer in Manhattan before I moved to Israel. Here are a handful of useful take-aways that stay with me.

Towards Perfection: The Rose, the Grizzly Bear, and the Robin

Only the human being is involved in the experience of self-creation.

The Miracle of Acceptance: 8 Affirmations to Release Negative Energy

Acceptance can be an empowering and proactive response to the pain of difficult circumstances which have not (yet) changed.

The Meaning of the Menorah's Light

Four contemporary insights to illuminate our darkening world.

8 Short Thoughts for Hanukkah

Illuminate your 8 nights of Hanukkah with these inspiring insights.

Seven Ways to Strengthen Your Friendships

Good friends are essential for your emotional health.

How to Say You're Sorry

Don’t replace “I’m sorry” with “Thank you”.

Identical Twins: One a Nazi, the Other a Member of the Israeli Navy

Our nature predisposes us, but through the way we nurture our lives, we can choose who we are and the legacy we leave.

Facing Life’s Big Questions

My daughters are asking questions that Google can’t answer.

Thanksgiving and Being a Jew

Giving thanks goes to the essence of what it means to be a Jew.

Where's the Salt!

Don't blame, don't complain. A simple phrase that can change your life.

Four Jewish Insights for Thanksgiving

How to unlock the door to gratitude.

One Small Act of Kindness Can Impact the World

An inspiring true story of one compassionate act whose reverberations were felt decades later.

Rebecca Gave Only After She was Asked

I need to be asked or I won’t know what to give, even if I want to. Does this mean I’m not a kind person?

Jewish Tools to Manage Stress

Four insights to help you keep sane.

Giving It Your All: The Search for Two Lost Girls

Dov was an elderly man on crutches. That didn't stop him from showing up at 3 AM to do whatever he could.

The Toxic “Cancel Culture”

Barack Obama calls out a polarizing social trend.

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