What's A Nice Cosmo Girl Like You Doing With An Orthodox Husband?

Once upon a time, she lived in Beverly Hills, wrote for Teen Magazine and had a personal trainer.

Going Home

"I always considered myself to be pretty independent. So why, in the back of my mind, was I dreading the inevitable return home with a strange new kippah sitting on my head?"

To Save A Life

This week in Jerusalem, a grove of trees was planted in honor of Ron Johnson, the British janitor who donated his lung to try to save a life.

A Canadian Jew In Australia

Plunked into the strange world of kangaroos, Aborigines and cricket, a Canadian discovers that Jews all over the world have lots in common.

Thank You for Assateague Island

Sometimes God takes one small, seemingly insignificant event to teach us all we need to know about life -- though it may take years to find that out.

Knee Deep

When playing in a band produces a high that never lasts, one is forced to look elsewhere for fulfillment. But how can Judaism compare to Fuzzy Walter?

First Fruits

Shavuot, the holiday of the giving of the Torah, has many names. But for me, this year, it is Hag HaBikurim, the Festival of the First Fruits.

Hope In Hell

When all seems totally lost, a Jew is obligated to hope. This is one man's story of his test of faith.

Mataji vs. Mother Teresa

Cocooned in the blissful spirituality of an ashram, a Jewish soul still yearns to help others in need. But what to do when the guru forbids it?

A Different Kind of Independence

A survivor of an Arab terrorist attack tells of her battle to be liberated from the scars of her experience.

Jazz and the Abstract Truth

A story of one man's spiritual journey that took some unusual twists and turns -- jazz studies, African drumming, pretending to be Malcolm X.

Holywoman

An encounter with a hidden Jewish holy woman turns the world of a devotee to Eastern religions upside down.

Climbing the Mountain: Essay and Interview with Kirk Douglas

After 80+ movies, surviving a helicopter crash and a stroke, the famous actor who just turned 100 finds fulfillment in Torah study.

A Handicapped Look at Disability

An evening's encounter with a handicapped couple overturns misconceptions that have crippled one woman over a lifetime.

Faith Healing

A father's struggle with faith amidst loss and pain.

India to Israel

An accomplished woman's journey to Jewish tradition takes a 15-year tour through India and its ashrams.

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