When James Corden’s Carpool Karaoke Saved a Life

How James and The Red Hot Chili Peppers came to the rescue. An insider’s story.

The Mike Stern Rules

A heart on legs, that's Mike Stern. Now he needs our help.

My New Jewish Name

My quest to tap the essence of my soul.

Our Miraculous Escape from the 2017 California Firestorm

The Rosenthal family just barely made it out alive. An Aish.com exclusive.

From Carpool Karaoke to Jerusalem

For Ari and Nes Blau, Hollywood fluff proves no match for Jewish destiny.

Vision Loss

How slowly losing her vision caused one woman to start seeing.

A Gift from the Coast of Nowhere

A boy who has basically nothing has something most of us lack.

Dancing at the Concentration Camp

Celebrating being Jewish even in times of darkness.

Fear and Love of Being Jewish

After my shul was firebombed, I decided it wasn’t safe to be Jewish and distanced myself from Judaism. Then I met Dena.

Red and White Umbrellas

My brother Morris was a family secret.

The Blind Judge: Richard Bernstein

This State Supreme Court judge, marathon runner and tireless advocate for people with disabilities is beyond inspiring.

The Unstoppable Maverick

Yehudit Abrams thirst for knowledge is propelling her to change the world.

Yom Kippur in the ER

God puts us exactly where we need to be.

Struck by a Bus

Susan Segal miraculously survived a near-fatal crash that revitalized her marriage and changed her and her husband’s lives.

Closing the Circle: My Return to the Faith My Grandfather Abandoned

Devoid of warmth and joy, my grandfather left behind his family and his Jewish observance. His reaction to my becoming religious surprised me.

My Bargain with God in North Korea POW Camp

Leonard Wisper’s heroic return to Judaism.

The Unstoppable Yehudit Abrams

The hi-tech maverick who recently won $360,000 for her early detection breast cancer device is also a convert to Judaism. This is her amazing story.

Oscar’s Legacy

After the death of their young son, Sharon and Roberto Litwak are bringing joy and comfort to sick kids with mobile play stations.

Seeds of Kindness: How One Small Act Impacted the World

Anyone can count the seeds in one apple, but only God can count how many apples are in one seed.

Surviving My Mother's Suicide

Shanee Markovitz, 19, is working to stamp out the stigma of mental illness.

Praying at My Father’s Grave

As a child I had very little contact with my father. After his death, my connection to him grew increasingly stronger.

One In Ten Million

An incredible true story.

The Job Interview

How quickly a dream can turn into a nightmare.

Rabbi Noah Weinberg Transformed My Relationship to Judaism

My Orthodox high school wasn't working for me anymore. Then I discovered the wisdom of Rabbi Noah Weinberg.

Escape from Newark

My harrowing flight home for Shabbat.

Speechless: The 6 Words That Rocked My World

I received a timeless message right before my wedding.

Saying Goodbye to Bacon

Deciding to keep kosher really meant grappling with one meaty addiction.

Being Jew-ish

Being the only Jew most of my students had ever met forced me to confront my Jewish identity.

At Death’s Door in a Foreign Land

On vacation, a woman suddenly experiences organ failure with her life hanging by a thread.

Embracing the Tears and Joy: My Life as a Widow

Not a second of my day goes by that I don’t miss my husband, but each day I try to focus on choosing happiness.

My Husband Dated Me When I Wasn’t Jewish

But he refused to marry me and I called him out on it.

From Rose Bowl to Rashi: My Unique Journey to Judaism

The legendary all-star Rose Bowl running back makes his most sensational touchdown run as an Orthodox Jew.

Before the Decimation: Researching My Family’s Past

In anticipation of my trip to Israel and visiting Yad Vashem, I’m digging into my family’s history.

Shabbat as Social Action

As I learned more Torah, I started to understand that Judaism’s goal is to radically and completely change the world.

Will Smith & Jumping to Freedom

Passover and the exhilaration of letting go.

From Hedge Funds to Jewish Education: A Wall Street Tourist Finds Home

Listening to my still, small voice has taken me on an improbable, yet inevitable journey.

Joy in Crisis: My Baby Granddaughter's Cancer

The certainty of God’s power stands in stark contrast to the instability and vulnerability that fill the chapters of our life.

Eric Most’s Quiet Greatness

A tribute to one of Aish HaTorah’s most inspirational members who passed away last week.

The Ultimate Marathoner

Rafael Shachar Weissberg ran a marathon every day without moving a foot.

My Husband’s Paralyzed Face

My husband looked awful and I was horrified. He just carried on with no embarrassment, life as usual.

Preparing My Friend’s Mother for Burial

I wasn’t prepared for the life-changing experience.

Why This Jewish Billionaire Keeps Shabbat

At first it seemed like a burden but it gives me time with my wife and children and friends.

Entrepreneur's Childhood Shaped his $19 Billion Startup

How an impoverished and orphaned immigrant launched one of the most successful apps in the world.

Friday the Rabbi Got Hijacked

My 18-hour ordeal on a Delta flight hijacked to Cuba in 1980.

Searching for God in the Garbage

An interview with Bracha Goetz about her memoir of a Harvard-educated woman fighting anorexia.

Rising from My Wheelchair: Judaism and the Mystery of Healing

There’s something intangible to medicine that, like prayer, is still very real and incredibly powerful.

Rising Above the Vicissitudes

The inspiring life, and death, of Rabbi Avraham Meir Levy.

The Fading Light of a Time of Heroes

Dad, didn’t you help liberate a camp?

Bombshell: You Have MS

My life has drastically changed. But I’ve gone from depressed to optimistic, paralyzed to athletic, and most importantly, hopeless to hopeful.

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