By Rochel Holzkenner
Growing a family is no easy feat, and for the Jewish women in Egypt, it was especially difficult.
By Yossy Goldman
Must we jettison the old to embrace the new?
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 Shimon Waronker
Education expert Shimon Waronker presents professional parenting techniques to raise your children to be responsible and sensitive with proper self-awareness.
By Israel Sandman
Throughout Maimonides' writings there is a clear tension between his goal of communicating a clear theosophical vision and his affirmation that ultimately the human mind cannot full grasp the true nature of G-d.
We must view ourselves and the entire world as equally balanced between good and evil, and that our every word, thought, and action can have a tremendous impact.
By Eli Rubin
An overview of the events and significance of 10 Shevat.
By Michael Kigel
Reb Shmuel Munkis was the Alter Rebbe’s jester. Unlike King Lear’s fool, he was not the wisest man in the court. But at least he was the second wisest.
By Lieba Rudolph
I had never seen a leader so totally revered by his followers.
By Yitzchak Buxbaum
"If I don’t open my eyes after the operation’s over, don’t disturb me. I may lie on the operating table for a few more hours. But promise me that you won’t disturb me.”
By Shimona Tzukernik
She arrived in New York wearing a floor-length yellow sari and couldn’t care less about what she no longer had. She feels differently today.
By Elana Mizrahi
"What's your secret? How do you teach your kids to be considerate?"
By Tzvi Freeman
We trust that He is good, yet He asks us to complain.
By Levi Greenberg
Would it not be better for me to keep this mitzvah between me and G‑d?
Get ready for Tu B'Shevat with this pomegranate treat
By Mirel Goldwasser
Take your camera on a beautiful journey surrounded by nature. This project will keep you in touch with the life cycle of the trees and the changing seasons.
Photo by Oneinfocus
Torah is compared to water that descends from Above to below...