By Dov Greenberg
Lighting Shabbat candles, resting and rejuvenating on Shabbat are critical to Jewish living.
By Yisroel Levine
The origins of the eternal soul, its mission and the purpose of its embodiment.
By Rabbi Yosef Shusterman
Learn the laws and customs to properly perform the mitzvah of Kiddush on Shabbat, wherein we sanctify the holiest day of the week.
By Rochel Holzkenner
Jews have distinct rituals: a way of dress, interesting holidays, and a unique diet. When G-d gave us these instructions He told us that He was choosing us as His special nation. But beneath those rituals, are we truly distinct? As Jews, do we think differently?
Based on the teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe
Common wisdom has it that spirit is loftier than matter and the soul superior to the body. But this is a "masculine" vision of life....
A condensation of the weekly Torah portion alongside select commentaries culled from the Midrash, Talmud, Chassidic masters, and the broad corpus of Jewish scholarship.
By Tzvi Freeman
Funny thing, nobody is ever shocked by the discovery that their mother is Inuit. What’s so different about being Jewish?
By Lieba Rudolph
The thought that terrified me most when I was a teenager was that I would die before I figured out why I was alive in the first place.
By Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Many of the actions we take to educate our youngsters have little or no positive impact.
By Chana Scop
Can words really describe those moments of despair, worry, concern, deep love and desperation?
By Robin Plotkin
By Chana Rivka Hawkins